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Understanding the shifting supply of regulated family child care in the U.S.: A research-to-policy brief

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This brief presents a conceptual model to help policy makers and other stakeholders understand the constellations of factors that may contribute to the decrease in FCC supply. The model is based on a literature review of the limited research that examines predictors of FCC exit or engagement, as well as research on the challenges FCC providers face which may contribute to the decrease in supply of FCC (see Figure 1). (author abstract)
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