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Currently there are only about twelve or so day-care investigators on Long Island whose responsibilities are to inspect and monitor all 1659 providers caring for 35319 preschool children in Nassau and Suffolk Counties This number of investigators is insufficient and has hindered the ability of these two counties to properly inspect the quality of day care in their areas These inspectors are called licensors or licensing representatives who are civil servants and make a maximum of 44739 this year For an individual to be able to become an inspector of child care in the state of New York the requirements are at least six years of experience as an inspector of day-care or other childrens programs or as a designer or reviewer of various social services programs as well as some background in case management The requirements in New York appear to be much stiffer than those in many other states For example California requires simply a college degree or six months experience with the state Top officials have stated that all over the state of New York investigators have been struggling with their work as a result of the recent surge in day-care providers The state has said that licensors will arquire help in the very near future The help will arrive in two forms reinforcements and computers In New York State this year the number of cases per licensor is at its lowest since five years ago It has dropped from 165 to 156 cases per licensor During the next year the state of New York will commission eleven or so workers at the Suffolk Department of Social Services and the Child Care Council of Suffolk to working under contract with the state inspect day-care providers in the county This is in an attemp to
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