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Strategies toward the equitable implementation of PreK in family child care: Qualifications and compensation

Description:

This brief report presents key findings regarding how PreK systems are addressing qualifications and compensation to ensure FCC settings are adequately included in their programs. Findings are based on data collected through focus groups in July 2022 with 17 state and local PreK administrators, including those considering or recently implementing FCC in their mixed-delivery PreK systems. A key foundation for this series is that state and local PreK administrators recognize the importance and benefit of including FCC in their PreK systems and communities to ensure equitable access, experiences, and outcomes for children and their families. (author abstract)

Resource Type:
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Country:
United States

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