Average Number of Children Per Day

The chart to the right details the average number of children served per day in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the total number of children served per day. The blue bar represents the average number of children served per day by Texas Rising Star (TRS) providers. The red bar represents the average number of children per day among non Texas Rising Star providers. Together, they represent the total average children per day.

The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the average number of children served per day by Texas Rising Star providers. The black line is the average number of children served per day by Texas Rising Star providers divided by the overall average number of children served per day.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Unduplicated Children Served

The chart to the right details the number of unduplicated children in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of children served per month.

The blue bar represents the children served by a Texas Rising Star (TRS) Provider.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Average Number of Children in Texas Rising Star Care by Star Level

The chart to the right details the average number of children per day in Texas Rising Star (TRS) care in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of children served per month.

The dark blue bar represents the children served by a Texas Rising Star 2-Star Provider. The light blue bar represents the children served by a Texas Rising Star 3-Star Provider. The medium blue bar represents the children served by a Texas Rising Star 4-Star Provider. Together, they represent the average number of children served per day in a Texas Rising Star Provider during the month

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Average Number of Children Served by Age

The chart to the right details the average number of children per day in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020, broken out by age.

The left vertical axis measures the number of children served per month. The blue bar on the bottom represents the number of infants served. The red bar represents the number of toddlers served. The yellow bar represents the number of pre-schoolers served. The orange bar represents the number of school age children served. Together, they represent all children served in a month.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Average Number of Children Served by Provider Type

The chart to the right details the average number of children per day in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020, broken out by the provider type (Licensed Child Care Center, Licensed Child Care Home or Registered Child Care Home) where the children received care.

The left vertical axis measures the number of children served per month. The blue bar represents the total number of children served in Licensed Child Care Centers. The red bar represents the total number of children served in Licensed Child Care Homes.The yellow bar represents the total number of children served in Registered Child Care Homes. Together, they represent the total number of children served in all provider types during the month.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Child Care Providers

The chart to the right details the unduplicated number of providers in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of providers per month. The red bar represents the total number of non Texas Rising Star providers during the month.

The blue bar represents the number of Texas Rising Star (TRS) providers. The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star providers. The black line is the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star providers divided by the overall number of children in subsidized child care.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Texas Rising Star Provider Agreements by Star Level

The chart to the right details the unduplicated number of Texas Rising Star providers with agreements to accept subsidies in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of providers with agreements per month.The dark blue bar represents the Texas Rising Star (TRS) 2-Star providers with agreements. The light blue bar represents the Texas Rising Star 3-Star providers with agreements. The medium blue bar represents the Texas Rising Star 4-Star providers with agreements. Stacked with the red bar, they represent the total number of providers with agreements during the month.

The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star providers with agreements. The black line is the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star providers with agreements divided by the overall number of children in subsidized child care.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Texas Rising Star providers with Subsidy Enrollment by Star Level

The chart to the right details the unduplicated number of providers in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board serving children participating in the child care subsidy program during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of providers per month.The dark blue bar represents the number of Texas Rising Star (TRS) 2-Star providers. The light blue bar represents the number of Texas Rising Star 3-Star providers. The medium blue bar represents the number of Texas Rising Star 4-Star providers. Stacked with the red bar, they represent the total number of providers serving children participating in the child care subsidy program during the month.

The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star providers. The black line is the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star providers divided by the overall number of children in subsidized child care.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Child Care Providers by Provider Type

The chart to the right details the number of providers broken out by provider type (Licensed Child Care Center, Licensed Child Care Home or Registered Child Care Home) in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020

The left vertical axis measures the total number of providers that served children participating in the child care subsidy program.

The blue bar on the bottom represents the number of Licensed Child Care Centers that served children each month. The red bar stacked on top of that represents the Licensed Child Care Homes that served children. The yellow bar stacked on top of the red bar represents the Registered Child Care Homes that served children. Together, these bars represent all providers that served children participating in the child care subsidy program..

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Licensed Child Care Centers by Texas Rising Star Status

The chart to the right details the unduplicated number of Licensed Child Care Centers in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of Licensed Child Care Centers per month. The red bar represents the total number of non Texas Rising Star Licensed Child Care Centers during the month.

The blue bar represents the total number of Texas Rising Star (TRS) Licensed Child Care Centers. The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star Licensed Child Care Centers. The black line is the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star Licensed Child Care Centers divided by the overall number of children in subsidized child care.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Licensed Child Care Homes by Texas Rising Star Status

The chart to the right details the unduplicated number of Licensed Child Care Homes in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of Licensed Child Care Homes per month. The red bar represents the total number of non Texas Rising Star Licensed Child Care Homes during the month.

The blue bar represents the total number of Texas Rising Star (TRS) Licensed Child Care Homes. The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star Licensed Child Care Homes. The black line is the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star Licensed Child Care Homes divided by the overall number of children in subsidized child care.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Registered Child Care Homes by Texas Rising Star Status

The chart to the right details the unduplicated number of Registered Child Care Homes in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of Registered Child Care Homes per month. The red bar represents the total number of non Texas Rising Star Registered Child Care Homes during the month.

The blue bar represents the total number of Texas Rising Star (TRS) Registered Child Care Homes. The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star Registered Child Care Homes. The black line is the total number of children served per month by Texas Rising Star Registered Child Care Homes divided by the overall number of children in subsidized child care.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Child Care Providers Accepting Subsidy Children as Share of Regulated Providers

The chart to the right details the number of subsidy and non-subsidy providers in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of providers in operation per month. The red bar represents the total number of non-subsidy regulated providers during the month.

The blue bar represents the total number of subsidy providers. The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the subsidy providers per month . The black line is the total number of subsidy providers per month divided by the overall number of regulated providers in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.

Texas Rising Star providers as Share of Regulated Providers

The chart to the right details the unduplicated number of providers in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board during the period from October 2019 to December 2020.

The left vertical axis measures the number of providers in operation per month. The red bar represents the total number of non Texas Rising Star providers during the month.

The blue bar represents the number of Texas Rising Star (TRS) providers.The right vertical axis measures the percentage of the total numberof the Texas Rising Star providers per month. The black line is the total number of Texas Rising Star providers per month divided by the overall number of regulated providers in the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board.

All data displayed by the chart for the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Board is presented in the table below.