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Using child care subsidy payment rates and practices to incentivize expansions in supply: Challenges and policy implications [Executive summary]


This is a summary of key findings from the exploratory research about using child care subsidy payment rates and practices to expand child care supply. The summary includes: key provider considerations and contexts that can shape how they view efforts to build supply; subsidy rates and other policy strategies that affect provider constraints to expand the supply; understanding how considerations, policies, and practices play out for different types of providers and types of incentivized care; and policy implications.

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