Family Child Care Educators’ Perspectives on Leaving, Staying, and Entering the Field: Findings From the Multi-State Study of Family Child Care Decline and Supply

This webinar was held on December 1, 2021. Researchers Juliet Bromer and Toni Porter presented their findings and were joined by Megan Campbell from the Office of Child Care. The Multi-State Study of Family Child Care Decline and Supply is the first study to examine the in-depth factors that contribute to family child care (FCC) educators’ decisions to leave or stay in the field. The study included interviews with 30 formerly regulated FCC educators, and focus groups and surveys with 149 current FCC educators in 4 states (California, Florida, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin).

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Publication Date: 
December 17, 2021
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Video
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