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Equitably financing child care for North Carolina families: Reimbursements to providers play a critical role in child care and early education

The following analysis provides an estimate of the fiscal benefits to providers of raising rates based on the 2018 market rate study and implementing the statewide market rate as a floor. The proposal here also assumes a change in policy so that providers can accept reimbursement rates that are higher than private fee-paying rates, allowing providers to benefit from this investment without increasing the cost burden on families who do not receive subsidies. (author abstract)
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United States
North Carolina

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