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2010 District of Columbia child care market rates and capacity utilization: A study of licensed family home and child care center providers in the District of Columbia: Final report [Executive summary]

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A summary of a study of child care market rates in the District of Columbia in 2010 by provider type and child age, as well as an examination of provider characteristics, compensation, benefits, and out-of-school time services offered, based on a survey of 93 family child care providers and 221 child care centers
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