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Child Care Provider Survey


The provider survey contained four primary sections. Three of the sections inquired about the characteristics of the center (e.g., auspice, enrollment, racial and ethnic composition of children, accreditations, and fees), the teaching staff (e.g., staff size, racial and ethnic composition, staff training and education, and compensation), and the center director (e.g., race and ethnicity, experience and education, and salary), respectively. The fourth section asked a series of questions about the job advertisement to which our fictitious resumes responded during the audit study. (author abstract)

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