Early Childhood Data Collaborative. 2013 Early Care and Education Data Systems Survey September 16, 2013 Carlise King, Interim Executive Director. 2010 Early Childhood Data Systems Survey. Overall findings Every state collects ECE data Data gaps remain (ex. child development data)
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2013 Early Care and Education Data Systems Survey
September 16, 2013
Carlise King, Interim Executive Director
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