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Colorado’s monitoring did not ensure child care provider compliance with state criminal background check requirements at 18 of 30 providers reviewed

Our audit covered 1,023 child care providers (child care centers and family homes) that received CCDF funding during State fiscal year 2018. We reviewed 15 child care centers and 15 family homes (we conducted unannounced site visits at the family homes). For both types of child care providers, we worked with Colorado to identify those individuals requiring a background check who had a completed criminal background check. (author abstract)
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