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Executive summary: Subsidized child care in Massachusetts: Exploring geography, access, and equity

How can exploring issues of geography, access, and equity in subsidized child care in Massachusetts help to address pressing child care and early education policy questions? Researchers have been exploring this question over the past five years through the work of the Massachusetts Child Care Research Partnership and the project. A synthesis of research topics explored, methods, data sources and technologies utilized, and policy-relevant findings from five analyses conducted are summarized in the report, Subsidized Child Care in Massachusetts: Exploring geography, access, and equity, a joint report of the Massachusetts Child Care Research Partnership and (author abstract)
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