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The 2001 California child care portfolio
California Child Care Resource and Referral Network, 2001
San Francisco: California Child Care Resource and Referral Network. (No longer accessible as of April 16, 2013).

A statewide compilation of data on the child care market by county in California

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4th survey of parents of three and four year old children and their use of early years services: (Summer 1999 to spring 2000)
National Centre for Social Research (Great Britain), January, 2001
(Research Report No. RR247). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Employment.

Findings from a survey of parents of three- and four-year-old children on their use of early childhood education and care services, based on a survey sample of 5955 parents in England

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After school care for children: Challenges for California
Children Now (Organization), April, 2001
Oakland, CA: Children Now.

An overview of issues facing after school child care in California

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America Cares for Children and Youth: School-Age Care Needs Assessment and Training Project
Todd, Christine M., 2001
University of Georgia

A project documenting the demand and supply of formal and informal school-age care, particularly for ethnic minority or low-income youth, in inner city and remote rural areas of Georgia. The project also develops and evaluates community needs assessment tools and training protocols for informal caregivers.

Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects


Are we meeting the child care needs of low-income families?
Layzer, Jean I., 2001
Paper presented at the Child Care Funding: How Much Is Needed and Is There Enough? Brookings Forum, Washington, DC.

A presentation based on a study of state child care expenditures that examines the adequacy of these resources in meeting the demand for child care subsidies among low-income families and looks at whether states are trying to serve a larger number of families by encouraging parents to use cheaper forms of care.

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Assessing costs and benefits of early childhood intervention programs: Overview and applications to the Starting Early Starting Smart program
Karoly, Lynn A., 2001
Seattle: Casey Family Programs; Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A discussion of issues for policymakers to consider in assessing the direct, monetary costs and benefits to early childhood intervention programs, based on information from the assessment of Starting Early Starting Smart (SESS)

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Assessing costs and benefits of early childhood intervention programs: Overview and application to the Starting Early Starting Smart program: Executive summary
Karoly, Lynn A., 2001
Seattle: Casey Family Programs; Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A report summarizing the methodological issues in developing a cost benefit analysis for early childhood programs and their implications for the Starting Early Starting Smart intervention.

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Barriers to inclusive child care: Executive summary of research study findings and recommendations
WestEd. Center for Prevention and Early Intervention, 2001
Sacramento: California Children and Families Commission.

A summary of the child care barriers for children with special needs.

Executive Summary


Barriers to inclusive child care: Research study findings and recommendations
WestEd. Center for Prevention and Early Intervention, 2001
Sacramento: California Children and Families Commission.

A study of the potential barriers faced by children with special needs and their families in accessing and succeeding in child care.

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California's child care crisis: A crime prevention tragedy
Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, 2001
Washington, DC: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids. (No longer accessible as of September 12, 2012)

A review and analysis of research findings on the relationship between child care and reduced crime rates in California, with an emphasis on program quality and the need for public investment

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Can consumers detect lemons?: Information asymmetry in the market for child care
Mocan, H. Naci, 2001
(NBER Working Paper Series No. 8291). Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

A report comparing parent ratings of child care quality with actual child care quality and examining the effects differences in these ratings have on the child care market

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Child care and its impact on California's economy: Executive summary and policy recommendations
National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), 2001
Oakland, CA: National Economic Development and Law Center.

A summary of an exploration of the economic impact of the licensed child care market in California

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Child care and our youngest children
Phillips, Deborah A., 2001
The Future of Children, 11(1), 35-51

A review of national studies examining the current state of infant and toddler child care and how it affects children's development

Other


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Child care: Beyond 2001: A report to the Minister for Family and Community Services
Australia. Commonwealth Child Care Advisory Council, 2001
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia, Department of Family and Community Services. (No longer accessible as of September 18, 2013)

An examination of the future of child care arrangements and demand for child care in Australia in 2001 and beyond

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Child care: Beyond 2001: A report to the Minister for Family and Community Services [Executive summary]
Australia. Commonwealth Child Care Advisory Council, 2001
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia, Department of Family and Community Services.

A summary of an examination of the future of child care arrangements and demand for child care in Australia in 2001 and beyond

Executive Summary


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Child care costs and lone mothers' employment rates: UK evidence
Jenkins, Stephen P., 2001
The Manchester School, 69(2), 121-147

A study of the significance of child care costs on single British mothers' decisions to return to employment, using data from the Lone Parents Survey

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Child care in Oklahoma: The Reaching for the Stars Program
Herrerias, Catalina, 2001
Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, 29(1), 47-64

A history and discussion of child care affordability, accessibility, and quality in Oklahama, with a description of the Reaching for the Stars Program, a child care quality and accessibility initiative.

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Child care in rural and remote areas: Small long day care centre viability
Australia. Department of Family and Community Services, 2001
Canberra: Australia, Department of Family and Community Services.

A study of factors that enable child care centers to succeed financially in rural Australia, conducted to help increase child care access and availability for families living in these areas

Reports & Papers


Child care in rural and remote areas: Small long day centre viability [Executive summary]
Australia. Department of Family and Community Services, 2001
Canberra: Australia, Department of Family and Community Services.

A summary of a study of factors that enable child care centers to succeed financially in rural Australia, conducted to help increase child care access and availability for families living in these areas

Executive Summary


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Child care in Slovenia: An example of a successful transition
Stropnik, Nada, 2001
Child: Care, Health and Development, 27(3), 263-278

A description of recent developments in child care policy in Slovenia

Other


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Child care local market rate survey
Georgia. Department of Human Resources. Childcare and Parent Services Section, 2001
Atlanta, GA: Care Solutions.

A study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across the State of Georgia in 2001, including information on services, enrollment, accreditation, and staff educational attainment and training

Reports & Papers


Child care local market rate survey [Executive summary]
Georgia. Department of Human Resources. Childcare and Parent Services Section, 2001
Atlanta, GA: Care Solutions.

The summary of findings from a study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across the State of Georgia in 2001, including information on services, enrollment, accreditation, and staff educational attainment and training

Executive Summary


Child Care Price Dynamics in California
O'Brien-Strain, Margaret, 2001
Sphere Institute

A California child care market study with the following objectives: (1) tracing trends in price; (2) relating price changes to characteristics of supply and demand in county and sub-county markets; (3) understanding how providers set prices; and (4) assessing the effect of vouchers, reimbursement rate ceilings, or other policies on the overall price of care in the private market. Sub-study 1 is a trend analysis of provider prices from Regional Market Rate Surveys over the past decade. Sub-study 2 is a longitudinal study of 25 providers in urban San Mateo County and rural Kern County.

Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects


The child care problem: An economic analysis
Blau, David M., 2001
New York: Russell Sage Foundation

Other


Childcare quality improvement and assurance practices
Munton, Anthony G., March, 2001
(Research Report No. RR266). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Employment.

A study of the National Childcare Strategy program in the United Kingdom

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