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provider_id

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Treatment

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: average rating for years as family child care provider (1=<1year, 2=1-3 yrs, 3=4-5 yrs, 4=> 5 yrs)

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: average rating for years working in child care (1=< 1year, 2= 1-3 yrs, 3=4-5 yrs, 4 = 6-8 yrs, 5=>8 yrs)

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I like children' is reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I want to help children' is reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I want to stay home with my own children' is reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I always wanted to teach and work with children' is reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I need the money' is reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I don't want to work outside the home' is reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I like having a business of my own' is reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'Relatives and friends need help with child care' is reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I like children' is MAIN reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I want to help children' is MAIN reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I want to stay home with my own children' is MAIN reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I always wanted to teach and work with children' is MAIN reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I need the money' is MAIN reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I don't want to work outside the home' is MAIN reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'I like having a business of my own' is MAIN reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'Relatives and friends need help with child care' is MAIN reason for working as family child care provider

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'Pay' is what they would change

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'Job benefits' is what they would change

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'Caring for fewer children' is what they would change

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'Caring for more children' is what they would change

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

Provider baseline: number of providers indicating 'Caring for younger children' is what they would change

Taken from: Evaluation of Child Care Subsidy Strategies: Massachusetts Family Child Care Study, 2005-2007 - 2005 Provider Data .

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