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The Louisiana Policy Institute for Children is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that is an independent source of data, research, and information for policymakers and stakeholders on issues related to early care and education for young children, birth to four, in Louisiana and their families. To browse our research & publications, please see below or select a topic.


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11/01/22

Professional Wages for Professional Educators: Recommendations for Improving Early Childhood Workforce Compensation in Louisiana

Report with the Louisiana Tiger Team highlighting recommendations on early care and education workforce compensation scales and implementation.
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10/01/22

East Baton Rouge Voters Support Expanding Early Childhood Education Programs

Summary of findings of a poll of East Baton Rouge voters conducted in September 2022.
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01/01/22

On the Path to Recovery: The Evolving Impacts of COVID-19 on Louisiana Child Care Providers

Report highlighting key findings from the fifth of a series of statewide surveys of child care providers conducted September 29 – October 19 2021, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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10/01/21

Louisiana Can Maximize American Rescue Dollars to Benefit Young Children

Policy brief about how Louisiana can maximize federal funding to benefit young children in Louisiana developed in partnership with Council for a Better Louisiana, Louisiana Budget Project, Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center, and Louisiana Partnership for Children and Families.
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10/01/21

Backgrounder: Leading States for Early Childhood Development

Backgrounder document summarizing how Louisiana is doing in supporting early childhood development compared to other states.
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