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Nebraska child care market rate survey report 2021


The final survey included questions related to (a) rate information by child age; (b) program descriptors (i.e., hours of part-time and full-time care, children enrolled, operational hours); (c) quality measures and participation (i.e., accreditation, funding); (d) child descriptive information (i.e., children with behavioral or medical needs; homeless, immigrant, and migrant children; and English Language Learners); and (e) barriers for providers with a Child Care Subsidy agreement. Administrative data available from NDHHS was used to analyze rates by provider type and geographic setting (i.e., ZIP code). Administrative data were also used to calculate licensing capacity. The survey was carefully reviewed and completed by key stakeholders and various employees in the Institute to ensure the questions were clear and captured what they were intended to measure. The process for survey distribution is described in detail below. The final survey is included in Appendix A. (author abstract)

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