National Center for Children in Poverty Child Care Research Partnership: Wave II

Principal Investigator(s): Kreader, J. Lee;
Date Issued: 1997
Description: A child care research partnership led by the National Center for Children in Poverty and consisting of 11 partners, including state-level partners in Illinois, Maryland and New Jersey, city-level partners from New York City, the Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation (MDRC), and Rutgers University. The partnership builds on the knowledge, research base, and practical experience of its many partners to answer questions in four general areas: (1) the nature of low-income child care markets; (2) the effects of welfare and child care policies on child care and children's development; (3) the dynamics and qualities of license-exempt child care; and (4) the relationships between communities' effective demand for and supply of regulated child care.
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Grantee(s)/ Contractor(s): Columbia University. National Center for Children in Poverty
Funder(s): United States. Child Care Bureau
Contact(s): Kreader, J. Lee
Source: Columbia University, National Center for Children in Poverty
Topics: Children & Child Development

Child Care & Early Education Market

Policies
Start Date: 09/30/1997
End Date: 09/29/2001
Project Type: Child Care Research Partnerships
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