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A comprehensive fiscal analysis of the Los Angeles County early care and education system


To build an infrastructure that supports and sustains comprehensive cross-sector early childhood systems work, an understanding of fiscal context is imperative. The CFA presents a multi-level analysis threading fiscal and programmatic information together in a way that can aid Los Angeles County stakeholders in answering questions related to the policies and regulations of funding streams, levels of investment, and opportunities for varied investments in early care and education. The guiding questions the CFA addressed are: • What funding currently supports early care and education services in Los Angeles County? • How are these funds being used and are they being fully leveraged? • What opportunities exist to better coordinate, streamline, and maximize existing funds? (author abstract)

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United States

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