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Early LearningFact SheetNovember 201011/1/2010
Heather Johnson4/12/2012 2:58 PMNancy Hartzler
Results from a statewide survey on child care use in Minnesota among households with children 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability. The report also proposes recommendations to ensure that high quality, affordable child care is available for all families who need it. Similar surveys were completed in 1999 and 2004.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-17 Yes01705/31/2012 10:59 AMChild Care Use in Minnesota, Fact Sheets.pdfChild Care Use in Minnesota, Fact SheetsRichard Chase, Jennifer ValoroseSurveyEarly LearningChild Care Use in Minnesota, Fact Sheets.pdf19.0
  
Early LearningFull ReportNovember 201011/1/2010
Heather Johnson4/12/2012 3:02 PMNancy Hartzler
Results from a statewide survey on child care use in Minnesota among households with children 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability. The report also proposes recommendations to ensure that high quality, affordable child care is available for all families who need it. Similar surveys were completed in 1999 and 2004.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-18 No01805/30/2012 5:23 PMChild Care Use in Minnesota, Full Report.pdfChild Care Use in Minnesota, Full ReportRichard Chase, Jennifer ValoroseSurveyEarly LearningChild Care Use in Minnesota, Full Report.pdf10.0
  
Early LearningSummaryNovember 201011/1/2010
Heather Johnson4/12/2012 3:02 PMNancy Hartzler
Results from a statewide survey on child care use in Minnesota among households with children 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability. The report also proposes recommendations to ensure that high quality, affordable child care is available for all families who need it. Similar surveys were completed in 1999 and 2004.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-19 Yes01905/30/2012 5:22 PMChild Care Use in Minnesota, Summary.pdfChild Care Use in Minnesota, SummaryRichard Chase, Jennifer ValoroseSurveyEarly LearningChild Care Use in Minnesota, Summary.pdf12.0
  
Early LearningBriefNovember 201011/1/2010
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 11:17 AMHeather Johnson
Results from a statewide survey on child care use in Minnesota among households with children 12 and younger, including child care choices, availability, quality and affordability. The report also proposes recommendations to ensure that high quality, affordable child care is available for all families who need it. Similar surveys were completed in 1999 and 2004.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1258 01258012/4/2013 11:18 AMData Files for 2009 Child Care Use in Minnesota Survey.zipData Files for 2009 Child Care Use in Minnesota SurveyRichard Chase, Jennifer ValoroseSurveyData Files for 2009 Child Care Use in Minnesota Survey.zip2.0