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Sirota Alexandra Forter, April, 2020
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The effectiveness of North Carolina's response to the COVID-19 pandemic should be measured by how it supports families and children in staying healthy and safe and how it minimizes the economic harm to our families and communities from necessary…
O'Donnell Kelly, October, 2015
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The availability of child care is of vital importance to the US economy. Over the last two decades, however, child care has come to be recognized as more than just a support for working parents and the care and education of young children has come…
O'Donnell Kelly, May, 2015
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We now know that high quality early care and education (ECE) helps prepare children, particularly those most at risk for poor educational outcomes, for success in school, careers, and the community. Because it contributes to the preparedness and…
Watson Sara D., Frank Daniel, Krumpos Kalli, April, 2015
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Business leaders from every country have similar concerns -- hiring skilled employees, finding customers who can afford their goods and services, and operating in an environment that spurs innovation and economic vitality. Overwhelming, rigorous…
Hill Shannon, Carstensen Fred V., Coghlan Jill, Graziano Marcello, Parr Kathryn E., Waite William, 2011
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The Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis estimates that by facilitating access to high-quality child care, each licensed provider enables between four and five parents to enter the workforce. This means that by 2016, the Tool Kit Licensing…
Warner Mildred, 2007
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A special issue of the International Journal of Economic Development, examining the the link between child care subsidies and economic development and the role of child care in the economies of the United States and Canada
Warner Mildred, 2007
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An overview of the articles in the special issue of the International Journal of Economic Development, examining the link between child care subsidies and economic development and the role of child care in the economies of the United States and…
Stoney Louise, Dektar Ellen, Anderson Kristen, 28 September, 2006
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Notes from a discussion of community benefits, benefits to low-income citizens, and child care funding opportunities arising from the involvement of child care leaders in transportation planning
Fleron Lou Jean, Breen Lauren, Dimitrov Danielle, Grogan Regina L., 2006
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An overview of importance of child care for the economic growth of Buffalo, New York
Stoney Louise, 2005
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Overviews of six projects receiving $5,000 grants to introduce the need for child care into various other economic development plans and policies
Blank Helen, 2005
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A written testimony given to the House Committee on Ways and Means regarding low income working families and their child care needs
Traill Saskia, Brown Brentt, Wohl Jen, 2005
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A report on the impact of the early childhood care and education industry on Hawaii's economy as measured by industry employment and gross receipts
Calman Leslie J., Tarr-Whelan Linda, 2005
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A description of the child care market's impact on the nation's economy, with recommendations for long term financing strategies for the child care market
Fassinger Polly, Jenson Sarah, Rathge Richard, 2004
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A study of the economic impact of the child care industry in North Dakota
Warner Mildred, Liu Zhilin, 2004
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An analysis of the regional economic impact of the child care sector, as compared to the agriculture, manufacturing, and services sectors, using state-level input-output models