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Developing a child care quality rating system: Wisconsin's approach
A paper describing how the Wisconsin Child Care Research Partnership and a state Task Force developed recommendations for a child care quality rating system that was tied to tiered reimbursement
(Public Policy Series on Alternative Policy Options Report No. 5). Madison: University of Wisconsin--Extension. Retrieved May 8, 2009, from http://www.sohe.wisc.edu/outreach/wccrp/pdfs/policy0305l.pdf
This resource is part of the Wisconsin Child Care Data Sharing & Capacity Project and the Wisconsin Child Care Research Partnership
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