Quality, affordable child care as economic development in rural communities

This collaborative effort between KSU and UNL reflects the commitment to explore the availability of quality, affordable child care as a rural community economic and human development strategy.

December 7, 2017

PI: Bradford Wiles (Kansas State University)
Co-PIs: Holly Hatton-Bowers (University of Nebraska-Lincoln); Erin Tynon (Kansas State University)
Award: $25,000

Project Abstract

This collaborative effort between Kansas State University (KSU) and the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (UNL) reflects the commitment to explore the availability of quality, affordable child care as a rural community economic and human development strategy.

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