Remember the children: Mothers balance work and child care under welfare reform: Growing Up in Poverty Project 2000: Wave 1 findings: California, Connecticut, Florida [Executive summary]

Resource Type: Executive Summary
Author(s): Fuller, Bruce; Kagan, Sharon Lynn; Caspary, Gretchen; Cohen, Nancy E.; French, Desiree; Gascue, Laura; Hands, Africa; Mensing, James; McCarthy, Jan; Kreicher, Gege; Carroll, Jude; Cool, Kristen; Sprachman, Susan; Hoerz, Greg; Kolovson, Jordan;
Date Issued: 2000
Publisher(s): Policy Analysis for California Education (Organization); Yale University
Description: A study of the impact of welfare reform on the upbringing and development job based on detailed information of 948 baseline families spread across three states
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Source: Berkeley: Policy Analysis for California Education. Retrieved May 11, 2009, from http://gse.berkeley.edu/research/pace/reports/Remember_the_Children.pdf
Topics: Children & Child Development

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