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Overcoming financial barriers to expanding high-quality early care & education in southeastern Pennsylvania [Executive summary]

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In 2013, NFF embarked on a multi-pronged study of 147 ECE providers to assess the financial challenges of operating high-quality ECE programs. In this report, NFF highlights the key financial, business, and systemic barriers to delivering high-quality programs--with a focus on nonprofit ECE programs serving the Philadelphia Region's most vulnerable children. (author abstract)
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