Publications

2017 Child Care Portfolio

The 2017 California Child Care Portfolio, the 11th edition of a biennial report, presents a unique portrait of child care supply, demand, and cost statewide and county by county, as well as data regarding employment, poverty, and family budgets.

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How a Bill Becomes a Law

This infographic shows a month-by-month overview of how a bill becomes a law in the California state legislature.

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2015 Child Care Portfolio

The 2015 California Child Care Portfolio, the 10th edition of a biennial report, presents a unique portrait of child care supply, demand, and cost statewide and county by county, as well as data regarding employment, poverty, and family budgets.

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2013 Child Care Portfolio

The 2013 California Child Care Portfolio, the 9th edition of a biennial report, presents a unique portrait of child care supply, demand, and cost statewide and county by county, as well as data regarding employment, poverty, and family budgets.

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2011 Child Care Portfolio

The 2011 California Child Care Portfolio, the 8th edition of a biennial report, presents a unique portrait of child care supply, demand, and cost statewide and county by county, as well as data regarding employment, poverty, and family budgets.

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2009 Child Care Portfolio

The 2009 California Child Care Portfolio, the 7th edition of a biennial report, presents a unique portrait of child care supply, demand, and cost statewide and county by county, as well as data regarding employment, poverty, and family budgets.

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2007 Child Care Portfolio

The 2009 California Child Care Portfolio, the 7th edition of a biennial report, presents a unique portrait of child care supply, demand, and cost statewide and county by county, as well as data regarding employment, poverty, and family budgets.

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2005 Child Care Portfolio

The 2005 California Child Care Portfolio, the 5th edition of a biennial report, presents a unique portrait of child care supply, demand, and cost statewide and county by county, as well as data regarding employment, poverty, and family budgets.

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