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Illinois cost model for early childhood education and care services: Updated February 2021

In order to support efforts to ensure that Illinois’ vision is fulfilled, in 2019, as part of the federal Preschool Development Grant (PDG B-5) Needs Assessment, the Illinois Governor’s Office of Early Childhood Development (GOECD) requested a cost model for a comprehensive system of early childhood education and care for all children ages 0-5 in Illinois. This report describes the process for developing a comprehensive cost model as well as the findings from this work. In 2020-2021, the model was vetted by the Funding Adequacy Workgroup of the Governor’s Early Childhood Funding Commission. Recommended changes to the model that reached consensus are reflected in this updated report. (author abstract)
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