Child Care Subsidy Administration
Child Care Subsidy Use and Employment Outcomes of TANF and Other Low-income Families
Introduction to Child Care Subsidy Research (October 2005)
Parent Employment and the Use of Child Care Subsidies
Research Connections has produced A Guide To Understanding State Child Care Subsidy Programs through Analysis of Public and Non-public Use Datasets (August 2009). This guide demonstrates how to use survey data from the Census Bureau and administrative data generated by state child care subsidy and other programs to study child care subsidy take-up rates and the relationship between parental employment and child care subsidy receipt. This guidebook outlines example analyses that states can tailor for their use in addressing these questions.
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