Child care preferences and satisfaction: An examination of New York City subsidy recipients

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Holod, Aleksandra; Johnson, Anna D.; Martin, Anne; Gardner, Margo; Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne;
Date Issued: January 2010
Publisher(s): Columbia University. National Center for Children and Families
Description: Highlights of an exploration of the selection of and satisfaction with child care arrangements by New York City parents who receive child care subsidies
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Funder(s): United States. Child Care Bureau
Source: New York: Columbia University, National Center for Children and Families. Retrieved March 8, 2010, from http://ccf.tc.columbia.edu/pdf/Child%20Care%20Preferences%20and%20Satisfaction.pdf
Topics: Parents & Families
Country: United States
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