Comparison of Financial Incentives in State’s Quality Improvement and Rating Systems

This 2006 table compares financial incentives (e.g., quality grants, bonuses, tiered subsidy reimbursements, loans linked to quality, scholarships, wage supplements) for State’s quality improvement and rating systems. The States that are compared include: Colorado, District of Columbia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Vermont.


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Author(s)Kristen Kerr, Anne Mitchell, Early Childhood Policy Research
SubmitterAriana Sani

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National Context, Rating Systems