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Essential but Often Ignored: Child Care Providers and the Subsidy System

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An examination of the characteristics of subsidized and unsubsidized providers, exploring how subsidy policies affect their experiences. The study also describes the participation of faith-based organizations in the child care subsidy system and the occurrence of activities supporting children's early learning and literacy in diverse settings.
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Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
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