Impacts of Child Care Policy and Welfare Reform on Child Care Markets and Low-income Parents and Children
Witte, Ann D.;
||A study of child care needs in local areas, particularly low-income communities and those with large numbers of ethnic minority families, using 1994-2003 longitudinal data for Florida, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Three key questions addressed are: (1) What does child care look like today?; (2) How do variations in child care and child care policy affect children?; and (3) How do variations affect parents? The study examines variation in availability, quality, and price of care for different age groups.
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