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2015 Delaware local child care market rate study: Final report for the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Social Services

The 2015 Delaware Child Care Market Rate Study was conducted to meet federal requirements of 45 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 98 & 99 to ensure that reimbursement rates allow subsidized low-income children equal access to early education and care. The goal of this Rate Study was to develop statistically credible information on the present market prices charged by licensed and exempt providers in Delaware. "Market prices" are prices providers charge parents for the care of their private-paying children. They are non-discounted prices charged to unrelated and unaffiliated families. (author abstract)
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