New rules in Ohio could close some child care businesses

By John Mac, December 17, 2018

Rating technique and the rules were targeted toward exposing children using the eye towards school readiness, to enrichment plans and offerings. On a five-star evaluation scale, providers will have to earn at least one star to get per-child financing from their country, also three celebrities by 2025.

More than two-thirds of the suppliers in southwest Ohio who function publicly funded child care to families are at risk of sacrificing the skill to simply accept country funds if new rules enter in effect in 18 months, a Dayton Daily News investigation identified.

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services annually released a study that found “there was evidence that sites with higher star ratings (3-star or more) are correlated with better child outcomes.”

However, the guidelines might have a lot of unintended consequences, the Daily News investigation found.