Characteristics of home-based early care and education providers: Initial findings from the National Survey of Early Care and Education
About a million paid and an additional 2.7 million unpaid home-based providers are responsible for young children not their own for at least five hours each week. This technical report uses data from the newly available National Survey of Early Care and Education to provide a nationally representative estimate of all home-based care to children ages birth through five years and not yet in kindergarten. (author abstract)
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National Survey of Early Care & Education: Home-Based Provider Questionnaire (Rev. ed.)
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