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Considerations in conducting child care and early education facilities needs assessments


This report provides: A synopsis of findings and key considerations about how states/territories could conduct CCEE facilities needs assessments that could be compiled into a national estimate of facility remediation needs and costs. This includes a cost estimate for a state/territory to conduct a CCEE facilities needs assessment; Additional information about key considerations, including findings from a review of the limited, relevant research available; An appendix with detailed information about assumptions, previous research related to facilities needs assessments, possible content for facilities needs assessments, considerations for states/territories in conducting a facilities needs assessment, and possible methods for conducting a CCEE facilities needs assessment; An appendix detailing the estimated cost of a state/territory CCEE facilities needs assessment. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
United States

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