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Early LearningBriefNovember 200511/1/2005
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 2:44 PMKerry Walsh
Results of a statewide survey describing child care use in Minnesota among households with children age 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-788 078809/14/2012 2:47 PMChild Care Use in Minnesota - 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey, Full Report.pdfChild Care Use in Minnesota - 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey, Full ReportRichard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben ShardlowSurveyChild Care Use in Minnesota - 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey, Full Report.pdf2.0
  
Early LearningBriefNovember 200511/1/2005
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 2:44 PMKerry Walsh
Results of a statewide survey describing child care use in Minnesota among households with children age 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-789 078909/14/2012 2:48 PMChild Care Use in Minnesota - 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey, Summary.pdfChild Care Use in Minnesota - 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey, SummaryRichard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben ShardlowSurveyChild Care Use in Minnesota - 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey, Summary.pdf2.0
  
Early LearningBriefNovember 200511/1/2005
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
Heather Johnson12/4/2013 11:08 AMHeather Johnson
Results of a statewide survey describing child care use in Minnesota among households with children age 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1257 01257012/4/2013 11:12 AMData Files for 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey.zipData Files for 2004 Statewide Household Child Care SurveyRichard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben ShardlowSurveyData Files for 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey.zip2.0
  
Early LearningBriefFebruary 20062/1/2006
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 2:44 PMKerry Walsh
Results of a statewide survey describing child care use in Minnesota among households with children age 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-790 079009/14/2012 2:50 PMFamily Friend and Neighbor Caregivers - Results of the 2004 Minnesota Statewide Household Child Care Survey.pdfFamily Friend and Neighbor Caregivers - Results of the 2004 Minnesota Statewide Household Child Care SurveyRichard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben ShardlowSurveyFamily Friend and Neighbor Caregivers - Results of the 2004 Minnesota Statewide Household Child Care Survey.pdf2.0
  
Early LearningBriefFebruary 20062/1/2006
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 2:44 PMKerry Walsh
Results of a statewide survey describing child care use in Minnesota among households with children age 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-791 079109/14/2012 2:51 PMFamily, Friends and Neighbors Caring for Children Through the Minnesota Child Care Assistance Program.pdfFamily, Friends and Neighbors Caring for Children Through the Minnesota Child Care Assistance ProgramRichard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben ShardlowSurveyFamily, Friends and Neighbors Caring for Children Through the Minnesota Child Care Assistance Program.pdf2.0
  
Early LearningBriefJune 20066/1/2006
childcare daycare early childhood facts about statewide household policy key trends family friend neighbor FFN costs affordability centers hours and types of choices quality cost for families with low incomes children special needs working parents
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 2:44 PMKerry Walsh
Results of a statewide survey describing child care use in Minnesota among households with children age 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-792 079209/14/2012 2:52 PMFundamental Facts from the 2004 Minnesota Child Care Survey, Fact Sheets.pdfFundamental Facts from the 2004 Minnesota Child Care Survey, Fact SheetsRichard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben ShardlowSurveyFundamental Facts from the 2004 Minnesota Child Care Survey, Fact Sheets.pdf2.0