Caring for our nation's future: The impact of ARRA funding on access to child care (based on case studies in Georgia and Tennessee)
Cuomo, Chris J.;
National Council for Research on Women (U.S.)
||Findings from case studies in Georgia and Tennessee that examine the relationship of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds to low income mothers' eligibility for and access to child care assistance and also to child care providers' access to training, based on surveys, focus groups, interviews, and economic analyses
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