Examining cost fulfillment: Child care policy and strategies
Jordan, Lucy P.;
||A study of correlations among a variety of characteristics of child care subsidy eligibility policies in 20 cities across 15 states, and an identification of four categories of similar types of city-specific subsidy offerings, based on an examination of the local policies regarding the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) subsidies
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United States. Child Care Bureau
University of Washington. School of Social Work
||Journal of Social Service Research
Child Care & Early Education Policies
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