Child Care Quality: Does It Matter and Does It Need to be Improved? (Full Report). Conclusions

05/24/2000

We conclude this report by returning to primary questions raised in the report: Does child care quality matter? Does child care quality need to be improved, and can it be improved? Is there an economic justification for public intervention to improve the quality of child care, especially for children from lower-income families? Our answer to each of these questions is “yes.”

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