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Contemporary issues in licensing: Monitoring strategies for determining compliance: Differential monitoring, risk assessment, and key indicators


The purpose of this report is to describe various methods States are using to monitor child care facilities efficiently and effectively. It provides descriptions and examples of these methods and details of States' practices. (author abstract)

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United States
Connecticut; Florida; Georgia; North Carolina; Ohio; Oklahoma; Texas; Utah; Washington

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