Child Care Use in Minnesota 2004

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.


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Fundamental Facts from the 2004 Minnesota Child Care Survey, Fact SheetsSurveyJune 2006Richard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben Shardlow
Family Friend and Neighbor Caregivers - Results of the 2004 Minnesota Statewide Household Child Care SurveySurveyFebruary 2006Richard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben Shardlow
Family, Friends and Neighbors Caring for Children Through the Minnesota Child Care Assistance ProgramSurveyFebruary 2006Richard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben Shardlow
Child Care Use in Minnesota - 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey, Full ReportSurveyNovember 2005Richard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben Shardlow
Child Care Use in Minnesota - 2004 Statewide Household Child Care Survey, SummarySurveyNovember 2005Richard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben Shardlow
Data Files for 2004 Statewide Household Child Care SurveySurveyNovember 2005Richard Chase, Joanne Arnold, Laura Schauben, Ben Shardlow

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