Nebraska parents speak about early care and education: Buffett Early Childhood Institute/Gallup Survey on Early Childhood Care and Education in Nebraska [Executive summary]
This report tells us that that the vast majority of parents rely on out-of-home early care and education programs for their young children. Most parents rate their child's care setting and provider highly, yet they express strong concern about the quality of care available to all children in Nebraska. Families report struggling with finding affordable care, and there is strong agreement among Nebraskans -- even those who do not have young children -- that programs should be available for children whose families choose to use them. Results from this survey are based on questionnaires completed by more than 7,100 Nebraska residents, including 1,100 parents of young children aged 8 and younger. Gallup conducted the survey in English and Spanish via mail in late August through September 2015. This report provides further insight into Nebraska parents' beliefs about early care and education in the state. (author abstract)
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Nebraska parents speak about early care and education: Buffett Early Childhood Institute/Gallup Survey on Early Childhood Care and Education in Nebraska