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Digging into the NSECE: Exploiting the potential of the household and provider data from the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE): Using household and provider data to measure enrollment, usage


This video presentation discusses the availability and potential uses of the non-parental care usage and enrollment data found in the National Survey of Early Care and Education's (NSECE) household and provider data files. The following topics are examined: usage definition; types of variables provided; data set usage (household or provider); considerations in choosing a data file; and advantage comparisons to using each data set.

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