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Infant and toddler capacity building assessment

In April 2019, the State of Alaska, Child Care Program Office (CCPO), in partnership with thread, Alaska's statewide Child Care Resource and Referral Network, conducted a survey on licensed center care for infants and toddlers in Alaska. This survey focused on what motivates providers to care for infants and toddlers, what barriers providers face in caring for infants and toddlers, and what would help providers care for infants and toddlers. Overall, 47 unique providers were represented. (author abstract)
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