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2017 Child Care Licensing Study [Executive summary]

In 2017, NARA sent a survey to all state child care licensing agencies via an online survey tool. The survey included 144 questions relating to regulatory implementation and operational procedures. Fifty states, the District of Columbia, and America Samoa responded to the survey. The data for each state was analyzed to obtain preliminary information about updates to the regulations since 2014, the last licensing study published by NARA. (author abstract)
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