Leaving welfare for employment: The role of child care subsidies for white, Hispanic, and African American families [Executive summary]
Shlay, Anne B.;
Temple University. Family and Children's Policy Collaborative
||A summary of a longitudinal study of welfare leavers' experiences with child care subsidies during the transition from the Temporary Assistance for Need Families (TANF) system to employment and the impact of child care subsidies on employment outcomes, as well as the relationship between race and ethnicity and subsidy use and employment outcomes, based on interviews with leavers
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