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Early learning supply & demand in the District of Columbia: Using data to identify critical gaps

This research brief a) presents a conceptual model for considering the complex factors that drive supply, demand and the shortages and surpluses that occur when they are out of balance; b) provides an illustrative example of how this model can be used, based on existing data; and c) highlights where additional data is needed in order to develop even more precise estimates of supply and demand. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
United States
District of Columbia

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