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Definitions: Number of child care spaces for which the Tennessee Department of Human Services has official monitoring responsibility. Data represent a state fiscal year (July - June).
Data Source: Count data were provided by the Tennessee Department of Human Services. The KIDS COUNT division of the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth organized the data.
Footnotes: *The Tennessee Department of Human Services submitted corrected counts for 2002. Corrected 2002 values are shown, effective March 29, 2005.
Rose Naccarato, KIDSCOUNT Director
The Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth advocates to improve the quality of life for children and families and provides leadership and support for other child and family advocates.