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Afterschool keeps kids safe
Afterschool Alliance, 2002
(Afterschool Alert Issue Brief No. 7). Washington, DC: Afterschool Alliance.

An issue brief that discusses why participation in after school programs reduces a child's chance of using drugs and committing or becoming a victim of juvenile crime

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After-school programs: An update of the need, the benefits, and public opinion
The After-School Corporation, 2002
New York: The After-School Corporation.

An examination of the need for, benefits of and public opinions about after school programs, including a presentation of findings from research reports on related education, social work, criminal justice, and public opinion issues

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After-school programs: An update of the need, the benefits, and public opinion [Executive summary]
The After-School Corporation, 2002
New York: The After-School Corporation.

A summary of an examination of the need for, benefits of and public opinions about after-school programs, including a presentation of findings from research reports on related education, social work, criminal justice, and public opinion issues

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Age 21 cost-benefit analysis of the Title I Chicago child-parent centers
Reynolds, Arthur J., 2002
(Discussion Paper No. 1245-02). University of Wisconsin--Madison, Institute for Research on Poverty.

A cost benefit analysis of the federally funded Chicago Child-Parent Center program using data from the Chicago Longitudinal Study from a cohort of children born in 1980.

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Age 21 cost-benefit analysis of the Title I Chicago Child-Parent Centers
Reynolds, Arthur J., 2002
Educational Evaluation & Policy Analysis, 24(4), 267-303

A cost benefit analysis of the federally funded Chicago Child-Parent Center program using data from the Chicago Longitudinal Study from a cohort of children born in 1980

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The availability of child care centers in China and its impact on child care and maternal work decisions
Kilburn, M. Rebecca, December, 2002
(Labor and Population Program Working Paper Series 00-20, DRU-2824-NIH). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

A study of the relationship of child care center availability in China to maternal employment and child care use, based on data from the longitudinal China Health and Nutrition Survey

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A benefit-cost analysis of the Abecedarian early childhood intervention
Masse, Leonard N., 2002
New Brunswick, NJ: National Institute for Early Education Research.

A discussion of findings from a benefit-cost analysis of the Abecedarian Early Childhood Intervention Study

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Butte County: Assessing child care economics, needs and transportation: Community needs profile
National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), 2002
Oakland, CA: National Economic Development and Law Center.

A study on demographics, use, and demand for child care in Butte County, California

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Butte County: Assessing child care economics, needs and transportation: Community needs profile: Executive summary
National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), 2002
Oakland, CA: National Economic Development and Law Center.

A summary of a study on demographics, use, and demand for child care in Butte County, California

Executive Summary


Butte County: Assessing child care economics, needs and transportation: Economic impact report
Butte County (Calif.). Child Development Programs and Services, 2002
Oroville, CA: Butte County, Child Development Programs and Services.

A study on the economic impact of the child care market in Butte County, California

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Butte County: Assessing child care economics, needs and transportation: Economic impact report: Executive summary
Butte County (Calif.). Child Development Programs and Services, 2002
Oroville, CA: Butte County, Child Development Programs and Services.

A summary of a study on the economic impact of the child care market in Butte County, California

Executive Summary


Butte County: Assessing child care economics, needs and transportation: Transportation study
National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), 2002
Oakland, CA: National Economic Development and Law Center.

An economic analysis of the links between the costs of transportation and child care in terms of income, employment and educational opportunities, and recommendations for better integration of child care and transportation

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Butte County: Assessing child care economics, needs and transportation: Transportation study: Executive summary
National Economic Development and Law Center (U.S.), 2002
Oakland, CA: National Economic Development and Law Center.

A summary of an economic analysis of the links between the costs of transportation and child care in terms of income, employment and educational opportunities, and recommendations for better integration of child care and transportation in rural California

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The causality between female labour force participation and the availability of childcare
Chevalier, Arnaud, 2002
Applied Economics Letters, 9(14), 915-918

A United Kingdom econometric study examinig the relationship between female labour force participation and childcare availability

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Childcare and the 'care gap' in the United States and Australia
Drago, Robert, 2002
Australian Economic Review, 35(2), 214-20

A discussion of policy options surrounding the child care gap in the United States and Australia

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Child care demand and supply under CalWORKS: The early impacts of welfare reform for California's children, 1998-2000
Hirshberg, Diane, 2002
(Working Paper Series 02-3). Berkeley: Policy Analysis for California Education.

An overview of the effects of welfare reform and capacity building efforts on the supply and demand of child care in California

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Child care for low-income working families
Wolfe, Barbara, 2002
Focus, 22(1), 106-111

A discussion of child care for low income working families and a review of previous research examining the effects of high-quality child care on young children's developmental outcomes and on parental employment options; also discussed are reasons for public funding of child care

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Child care, money, and Maine: Implications for federal and state policy
Hager, William, 2002
Washington, DC: Center for Law and Social Policy. (No longer accessible as of September 25, 2013).

A report on the effects of public funding on child care in Maine

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Child care: States exercise flexibility in setting reimbursement rates and providing access for low-income children
United States. General Accounting Office, 2002
(GAO-02-894). Washington, DC: U.S. General Accounting Office.

A survey of variations in state-level practices for the use and reimbursement of Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) subsidies, based on the questionnaire responses of 49 state child care officials and case studies of nine rural, urban and suburban communities in Illinois, Maryland, and Oregon

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Child care: Supporting working families: Joint hearing before the Subcommittee on Social Security and Family Policy of the Committee on Finance and the Subcommittee on Children and Families of the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions of the United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Co
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance. Subcommittee on Social Security and Family Policy, 2002
(Senate Hearing 107-709). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

A discussion of providing more effective child care options and welfare reform funding for working, low-income families

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Cost of child care: Fundamental facts from the Minnesota child care survey
Chase, Richard A., 2002
St. Paul, MN: Wilder Research Center.

A survey of 2,450 parents on the costs and attendance of their children in full-time, licensed care in Minnesota

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Costs and benefits: Investments and returns
Foster, E. Michael, 2002
In C. J. Groark, K. E. Mehaffie, R. B. McCall, M. T. Greenberg, & Universities Children's Policy Collaborative (Eds.), From science to policy: Research on issues, programs and policies in early care and education. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Governor's Task Force on Early Childhood Education.

A summary of studies on the costs and benefits of Best Practice early child education programs

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The costs and benefits of after school programs: The estimated effects of the After School Education and Safety Program Act of 2002
Brown, William O., 2002
Claremont, CA: Rose Institute of State and Local Government.

An analysis of the costs and benefits of California's After School and Education Safety Act of 2002, which, if implemented, will expand funding to after school programs; a discussion of the Act's estimated benefits is included

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Creating research that informs state child care policy: Building and maintaining child care research partnerships
Weber, Roberta B. (Bobbie), 2002
Albany, OR: Linn-Benton Community College, Family Resources and Education Division.

An overview of a Residency Roundtable, a three day in-depth discussion on child care and early education formed by multiple research partnerships, including information for individuals and policymakers about current practices in child care research regarding quality and child outcomes, support for families, the child care workforce, and child care supply and demand

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Data for community planning: 2000 Oregon population estimates & survey findings
Oregon Childhood Care and Education Data Project, 2002
Albany, OR: Linn-Benton Community College, Family Resources and Education Division.

A study of the costs and demand for child care in Oregon

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