Data and Publications
CCR&R collects and maintains data about the child care industry in North Dakota. Statewide and county data is complied and revised annually. Use the Reading the Child Care Profile Guide to help you interpret the reports. Contact CCR&R Directors if you need additional information.
North Dakota Child Care Data Reports
• Growing Child Care Progress Report
Interim report about the activities and outcomes as a result of the 2011 appropriation to recruit, train and retain child care.
• State Child Care Profile Data
State data about projected need for child care, referral requests, child care capacity and the average annual cost of licensed child care. 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008
• Child Care Supply and Demand
Provides data on the number of children by age category, percent of women in the labor force, number of children potentially neeeding care and the capacity of licensed care to meet demand. 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008
• Child Care Programs by Type, Capacity and Workforce
Data listing the number of licensed family/group, center and school-age programs in a county, plus the capacity and size of workforce for each child care setting. 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008
• ND Child Care Facilities Report
Data about North Dakota child care facilities and outdoor play areas that support quality learning, health and safety for young children. View Report
• Child Care Center Salary & Benefit Summary Report
State data on the salary and benefits earned by those who work in child care centers. 2012
2010 Activity and Progress Reports
Report about activities and outcomes of ND CCR&R 2010 initiative to recruit, train and retain child care providers.
Report on activities and outcomes of the 2010 Child Care Training and Professional initiataive.
Report on the activities and outcomes of Growing Child Care ND initiative that was funded through House Bill 1418.
An executive summary of child care supply, demand and cost data covering July 2009 to June 2010.
A report about how pre-school programs are structured, how many children are enrolled, costs, programming used, and qualifications of staff.