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Comparing subgroups: Unlisted home-based providers by payment type (paid vs. unpaid) [Webinar]


This webinar outlines and demonstrates a suggested strategy for reducing bias when comparing subgroups as part of an analysis of 2019 NSECE data. The presenters describe specific complexities of NSECE data and statistical analysis tools used to reduce complexity-related bias. The example compared the average number of children cared for by paid vs. unpaid home-based unlisted child care providers. 

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