The Power of Regional Indicators in Achieving Action: The Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care
This chapter describes the impact of regional indicators through presentation of a case study that demonstrates how effective use of regional data can be a powerful strategy to achieve action on behalf of children and families. The Southern Institute on Children and Families envisioned and led the project. The Southern Institute has a record of effectively using regional data to raise awareness, build public/private sector action partnerships, and motivate public policymakers and administrators to improve the way government benefit programs are set forth in policy and implemented in reality.
KeywordsChild Care Early Childhood Education Regional Indicator Early Care Federal Poverty Level
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