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All six states reviewed had partially implemented new criminal background check requirements for childcare providers, and five of the states anticipate full implementation by fiscal year 2020


This review summarizes what we reported in prior audits of six States’ implementation of the new criminal background check requirements that were in place as of March and October 2018. We reviewed Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, New Hampshire, and New York. (author abstract)

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United States
Colorado; Georgia; Illinois; Nevada; New Hampshire; New York

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