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Understanding features of quality in home-based child care that are often overlooked in research and policy


This brief can help policymakers, CCEE program administrators, staff working with HBCC providers in state systems and community initiatives, and researchers to understand key features of HBCC quality—and how those features might contribute to child and family outcomes. Understanding these features might help highlight the strengths, resources, and resilience of HBCC providers that research, program development, and policy commonly overlook. (author abstract)

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