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Exploring the cost of high-quality infant and toddler care in New Jersey

Paying for child care is challenging, and the quality enhancing measures recommended here increase the challenge. Although these increases are significant, they are what is necessary to move New Jersey’s infant and toddler care programs into the high-quality system within which the state’s public preschool programs currently operate. Anticipated increases in federal support, if aligned and allocated intentionally with existing funding, will put New Jersey in a strong position to raise the level of care provided to it youngest children. (author abstract)
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