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Are higher subsidy payment rates and provider-friendly payment policies associated with child care quality? [Methodological brief]

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First, we provide the research questions for this methods brief and summarize the research questions we explored in the full report. Next, we discuss the CCDF Policies Database and the policies and rates that our study examined. The bulk of this brief explores the methodological challenges and solutions to using the CCDF Policies Database for statistical analyses. Finally, we look at implications for future research and provide links to related resources. (author abstract)
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