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Pathways to high-quality child care: The workforce investment credit

This summary discusses the importance of high-quality child care and of a high-quality early childhood workforce; the low compensation of the workforce; and a workforce investment credit, modeled on Louisiana's School Readiness Tax Credits, that is linked to qualifications as a way to increase wages while developing the workforce.
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