Policy Brief: Facilities Investments Would Build Capacity for Oregon’s Early Childhood System

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by Greg Supriano

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03.01.2022

Greater public investment to expand early childhood facilities is crucial to build the capacity of Oregon’s child care and preschool system.

This policy brief highlights:

  • The critical need for child care
  • How facilities costs create barriers
  • The critical role of mixed-delivery models
  • Impediments to facility growth
  • Key public funding options

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