A Profile of child care settings: early education and care in 1990 : executive summary, Volume 1
United States. Dept. of Education, United States. Dept. of Education. Office of the Under Secretary, Mathematica Policy Research, inc
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40 percent Approximately half average enrollment Average Percentage center-based and regulated center-based programs meet center-based programs serving center-based settings charge fees Charge Parental Fees Child Care Settings Child Care Survey child-staff ratios children enrolled children in center-based cognitive development testing day care providers enrolled in regulated enrollment in center-based ethnic composition families receiving public Fee Charged for-profit chain programs formal early education group sizes conforming Head Start programs home-based providers reported infants and toddlers meet professional group National Child Nearly all regulated need for nonparental number Percentage of Children Profile of Child programs meet professional programs provide physical programs serving preschool programs that charge public-school-based programs ratio recommendations receiving public assistance regulated family day regulated home-based programs regulated home-based providers regulated home-based settings sizes and child-staff Snrolled Sociometrics Corporation Sponsor 74 sponsored nonprofit programs supply of center-based supply of early Teachers in center-based Teachers in public-school-based Two-thirds of center-based types of programs