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New Mexico child care annual outcomes report, FY19 [Executive summary]

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In 2018 the Legislature passed, and the Governor signed, the Early Childhood Care Accountability Act. This act codified child care’s role in New Mexico’s early childhood system and established requirements for annual data reporting. This report responds to the requirements of that act, and is based on FY19 data. The report is also intended to share data about the state’s progress, to highlight areas in need of improvement, and to serve as a catalyst for discussion of whether policy choices are effecting meaningful change for families. The report concludes with recommended next steps for systematically gathering the data needed to better inform policymaking that supports access to quality child care for all. (author abstract)

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Executive Summary
Country:
United States
State(s):
New Mexico

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