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86. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Summary of Vital Statistics, 2014. 87. New York City Department of Homeless Services Daily Report; August 2016; www1.nyc.gov/ assets/dhs/downloads/pdf/dailyreport.pdf 88. New York City Early Childhood Mental Health Strategic Work Group, Promoting the Mental Health and Healthy Development of New York’s Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers: A Call to Action; NYC: June 2011. 89. New York City Office of the Mayor, Department of Education; Teach NYC Pre-K: New York’s Future Starts With You! NYC: March 2014. 90. New York City Public Advocate’s Office, Policy Report: Child Care in New York City, Part II: Investing in Child Care; NYC, November 2015. 91. New York State Education Department Early Childhood Advisory Council, New York State Early Learning Guidelines, New York State: 2012. 92. New York State Education Department Early Childhood Advisory Council, New York State Prekindergarten Foundation for the Common Core; New York State: 2012. 93. New York State Department of Health, The Early Intervention Program for Children with Special Needs – Birth to Age Three: A Parent’s Guide; Albany, 2008.

84. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Epiquery Survey, 2009.

94. New York State Office of Children & Family Services; Child Care Facts and Figures, NYSOCFS website.

85. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene: NYC Early Intervention Report, LEICC Data Report, October 28, 2014.

95. New York State Office of Children & Family Services; Child Care Market Rates Memorandum; New York: 2014.

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