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This report describes the ways in which individual characteristics and factors at the program and system levels are associated with individual teachers’ and caregivers’ participation in PD in a nationally representative sample of ECE teachers and caregivers.

Program observation offers an important window into program quality and an opportunity to identify strengths and…

The purpose of this research brief is to provide information that can be used to target and guide content for…

As states and communities invest in initiatives to improve the quality of early care and education, the measurement of…

There is widespread and growing interest in how parents make decisions about their children’s care…

Policies such as those related to child care subsidies and quality rating and improvement systems are designed to…

There are multiple indications that different forms of on-site technical assistance aimed at improving quality are...

This Brief discusses key characteristics that differentiate measures of quality, and the extent to which measures that…

States and the federal government have invested in early care and education programs with an explicit goal of improving…

What does recent research say about child care subsidies? This literature review summarizes recent research on topics related to child care subsidies with the intent to provide a foundation of empirical knowledge for state administrators, program developers, and policymakers as they choose among and implement subsidy policies. The three sections of the report include: descriptive information about subsidy use; a review of the literature addressing the association between subsidy receipt and...