This is a presentation of the possibilities and limitations to the incorporation of geographic variables into analyses of the National Survey of Early Care and Education datasets. Presenters discuss the community characteristic, national, regional, state, county cluster, and provider cluster levels built into the NSECE dataset’s structure. Most of these levels require use of restricted use datasets. A geographer describes the possible links to external geographic, policy, and other datasets.
Incorporating geography into National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) analyses: An overview [Webinar]
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