Contracts, vouchers, and child care subsidy stability: A preliminary look at associations between subsidy payment mechanism and stability of subsidy receipt
Johnson, Anna D.;
||An examination of the relationship between contracts paid directly to providers or through vouchers and stability of receipt of care, and if that relationship is dependent upon child care setting--specifically family child care homes or center-based settings, based on data from 311 subsidy recipients who had a history of participating in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cash assistance and administrative files on subsidy recipients in New York City
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