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Nebraska’s public investment in early childhood care and education, fiscal year 2017: Technical report

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Description:
To begin to address the question of what Nebraska is investing now, this study examined the federal- and state-level sources of public funds for Nebraska’s early care and education system. The data presented within are from Fiscal Year 2017—the most recent year for which complete data to inform the work of the commission could be accessed. The purpose of this technical report of Nebraska’s public investment in early childhood care and education for fiscal year 2017 is two-fold: to describe the methods used to establish an estimate of the federal- and state-level public-sector contributions to Nebraska’s total investment in early care and education and to establish a baseline of investment enabling us to track change over time. (author abstract)
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Nebraska

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