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The State of Child Care and Early Education in the US

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In honor of Mother’s Day, CEPR is publishing a curated selection of original research reports from academic institutions and nonprofits on the current state of child care and early education in the US. The compilation is part of our ongoing effort to promote informed debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect ...

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In honor of Mother’s Day, CEPR is publishing a curated selection of original research reports from academic institutions and nonprofits on the current state of child care and early education in the US. The compilation is part of our ongoing effort to promote informed debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect people's lives as well as encouraging inclusive conversations on improving the lives of families across the country.


Brookings Institution

What is the market price of daycare and preschool?

This report uses nationally representative data from the 2016 Early Childhood Program Participation Survey in order to calculate hourly and annualized prices for parents who purchase at least eight hours a week of center-based care for a child under the age of five without a disability or without outside financial help in paying child care fees. Ultimately, the author is looking to find the market price of center-based daycare and preschool for young children by analyzing the age of the child, region of country, parental education, parental income, and hours of attendance.

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