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Child Care in State Economies


Child Care in State Economies examines the child care industry’s effect on parents’ participation in the labor force, and provides extensive details regarding the industry’s state economic impact, including: usage rates, the role of public funding, revenues, and business structure. The report was commissioned by the Committee for Economic Development, produced by the economic firm, Region Track, Inc., and generously supported by the Alliance for Early Success.

State Fact Sheets, Talking Points and Infographics

To learn more about the economic impact of child care in each state and why it should be supported, select a state from the map or drop down list below.

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