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8. Most licensing agencies offer an orientation meeting for applicants who want to obtain licensing for a child care facility or a family day care home. This meeting is designed to help the
applicant to A. understand all the regulations and requirements for operating the facility. B. understand the fundamentals of the ages and states of child development. C. determine where to open his or her program. D. locate financial backers for his or her program.
D. understand the fundamentals of the ages and states of child development.
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User: 8. Most licensing agencies offer an orientation meeting for applicants who want to obtain licensing for a child care facility or a family day care home. This meeting is designed to help the applicant to A. understand all the regulations and requirements for operating the facility. B. understand the fundamentals of the ages and states of child development. C. determine where to open his or her program. D. locate financial backers for his or her program.

Weegy: D. understand the fundamentals of the ages and states of child development.
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User: 9. The reason that individual states have specific licensing requirements for child care facilities is to A. limit the total number of child care facilities. B. guarantee quality child care. C. protect the health, safety, and welfare of children. D. encourage public school systems to develop child care facilities.

Weegy: The reason that individual states have specific licensing requirements for child care facilities is to protect the health, safety, and welfare of children. The answer is C.
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