The policy context and infant and toddler care in the welfare reform era
Witte, Ann D.;
National Bureau of Economic Research
||A summary of findings from Miami-Dade County, FL and five areas in Massachusetts that their policies governing welfare reform, the child care subsidy system, and minimum-standards regulation have had considerable impact on the availability, price, and quality of infant and toddler care during welfare reformís progression between 1996 to 2000
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