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The Latest News for Georgia's Family Child Care Providers

Participate in a Child Care Study!

Updated: Mar 18, 2023


Do you:

✓ Live in Georgia?

✓ Have young children (under age 13)?

If so, do you:

✓ Have thoughts about quality in early care and education settings AND/OR do you need or use nonparental care for your child on the weekends, in the morning before 6 am or in the evenings after 7 pm?


If you answered yes to the questions above, we’d love to talk to you!

• Researchers at Urban Institute, a non-profit research organization, are seeking parents who live in Georgia who will volunteer to talk on the phone or participate in a video conference to hear your thoughts about quality in child care and early education.

• We are especially interested in the types of care you want if you need care late at night, early in the morning, or on the weekends.

• The information you share will be used to inform the comprehensive review of Quality Rated, Georgia’s Quality Rating and Improvement System.

• Parents who are eligible to participate and who do the interview or video conference will receive an electronic gift card of $50 to thank them for their participation in the call.


If you are interested, please use this link to view all available dates and times for a focus group and sign up for a time that works for you. You may also use your phone to scan the QR code at the bottom of the flyer!



Times may fill up fast! The Urban Institute will follow with an email invitation that includes a link to join on the appropriate day.


This study is funded by the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) under contract number 46900-621-V22UNI010. DECAL will not see any personal or confidential information all information you share will be kept confidential.



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