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Contemporary issues in licensing: Reporting, tracking, and responding to serious injuries and fatalities in child care

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This report, one in a series of reports on contemporary issues in licensing, focuses on practices and policies pertaining to reporting, tracking, and responding to serious incidents in child care. Data from national and state sources, while limited, provide an opportunity to explore recommendations based on lessons learned and best practices of the States surveyed, for ways that States can better monitor and respond to serious injuries and fatalities in child care. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Washington; Utah; Texas; Oklahoma; Ohio; North Carolina; Georgia; Florida; Connecticut

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