How are States Using Community-Based Child Care to Provide Pre-k? State-by-State Summaries
Mar 09, 2006
|State-by-State Child Care and Early Education Data|
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Head Start PIR
Child Care Spending
State Early Head Start
How are States Using Community-Based Child Care
to Provide Pre-Kindergarten?
In 2004, CLASP surveyed states with mixed-delivery pre-kindergarten programs to understand the policy choices, opportunities, and challenges of including community-based child care providers in their pre-k programs. For more information, please see All Together Now: State Experiences in using Community-Based Child Care to Provide Pre-Kindergarten, a report with national findings, and the accompanying policy brief that summarizes the findings.
Below are individual detailed descriptions of each of the 28 statesâ€' responses to the CLASP survey on the state policies used to integrate pre-kindergarten into community-based child care settings. The data reflect state pre-k programs as of 2004, when the survey was administered. For additional data on program budgets and the number of children served, please see The State of Preschool: 2004 State Preschool Yearbook. The National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) compiles the yearbook annually. For more information about a particular state, please contact Danielle Ewen at email@example.com.
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