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Table 2 Demographic characteristics of centers and children participating in Go NAPSACC pilot

From: Translating a child care based intervention for online delivery: development and randomized pilot study of Go NAPSACC

  Total Sample (n = 32)a Intervention (n = 18) Control (n = 14)a
Mean (SD) Mean (SD) Mean (SD)
Years in operation 15.8 (8.8) 13.2 (6.9) 19.3 (9.9)
Weekly enrollment fees $132 (19.3) $135 (18.0) $128 (20.6)
  N Percent N Percent N Percent
Type of center
 Privately owned 27 84.4% 15 83.3% 12 85.7%
 Faith-based 8 25.0% 4 22.2% 4 28.6%
 More at Fourb 4 12.5% 4 22.2% 0 0.0%
Star Rating
 3 8 25.0% 4 22.2% 4 28.6%
 4 13 40.6% 8 44.4% 5 35.7%
 5 11 34.4% 6 33.3% 5 35.7%
Exempt (GS-110) 1 3.1% 0 0.0% 1 7.1%
Accepts subsidies 31 96.9% 17 94.4% 14 100.0%
CACFP participant 24 75.0% 14 77.8% 10 71.4%
NAEYC certified 1 3.1% 0 0.0% 1 7.1%
  Mean (SD) Mean (SD) Mean (SD)
# children enrolled 54.9 (27.4) 61.8 (29.9) 45.9 (21.4)
# 3–5 year olds 22.2 (13.0) 23.8 (15.4) 20.1 (9.3)
  N Percent N Percent N Percent
Race/Ethnicity of 3–5 year olds
 % Non-Hispanic Black 66.7 66.1% 66.1 55.3% 67.4 79.5%
 % Hispanic/Latino(a) 11.2 11.5% 16.4 12.6% 5.0 5.8%
  1. aOne center did not report demographics
  2. bMore at Four is North Carolina’s pre-kindergarten initiative for at-risk 4-year-olds, designed to help prepare children for starting school