The duration and dynamics of child care subsidy use in New York City: Children aged 0-5

Author(s): Gardner, Margo; Martin, Anne; Holod, Aleksandra; Johnson, Anna D.; Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne;
Date Issued: 15 July, 2009
Publisher(s): Columbia University. National Center for Children and Families
Description: A summary of a study of the duration of, number of, and gaps between subsidy spells of children from birth through age five in New York City from January 2006 through December 2008
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Funder(s): United States. Child Care Bureau
Source: New York: Columbia University, National Center for Children and Families. Retrieved September 4, 2009, from http://www.policyforchildren.org/pdf/Child%20Care%20Subsidy%20Use%20-%20Children%20Aged%200-5.pdf
Topics: Policies > Child Care & Early Education Policies > Subsidies
Country: United States
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