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Child care subsidies and the employment of welfare recipients
Meyers, Marcia K., 1999
(Working Paper No. 15). Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, UC Data Archive & Technical Assistance.

A study examining the probability that low-income single mothers in California will receive child care subsidies and the effect this has on their employment.

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The children of the Cost, Quality, and Outcomes Study go to school
Peisner-Feinberg, Ellen S., 1999
Chapel Hill, NC: Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center.

The longitudinal follow up to the Cost, Quality, and Child Outcomes in Child Care Centers Study, following children for five years to assess the impact of quality of child care experiences on later development.

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The children of the Cost, Quality, and Outcomes Study go to school [Executive summary]
Peisner-Feinberg, Ellen S., 1999
Chapel Hill, NC: Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center.

Report summarizes the key findings of the longitudinal follow up study to the Cost, Quality, and Child Outcomes in Child Care Centers Study. The longitudinal study examines developmental outcomes of quality of center-based child care.

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CQO children go to school
Peisner-Feinberg, Ellen S., June, 1999
(NCEDL Spotlights No. 11). Chapel Hill, NC: National Center for Early Development and Learning.

Key findings of the longitudinal follow-up study to the Cost, Quality, and Child Outcomes in Child Care Centers Study (CQO) that investigates the persistence of children's benefits from participation in early childhood care through elementary school

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Economic impact of the child care industry in Ventura County: Executive summary
Stokley, Jan, 1999
Oakland, CA: National Economic Development and Law Center.

A summary of a report on the economic value of the child care industry, and the importance of incorporating licensed child care supply building into all facets of economic development in Ventura County

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Families and child care: Divergent viewpoints
Holloway, Susan D., 1999
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 563(1), 98-115

An overview of two perspectives on the respective roles of families and preschools in socialization and the education of young children

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Families who left welfare: Who are they and how are they doing?
Loprest, Pamela, 1999
(Discussion Papers No. 99-02). Washington, DC: Urban Institute.

A study of the economic status of a nationally representative sample of families who left welfare in the early period after federal welfare reform

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National Survey of America's Families, 1997
Urban Institute, 1999
Urban Institute, and Child Trends. NATIONAL SURVEY OF AMERICA'S FAMILIES (NSAF), 1997 [Computer file]. ICPSR04581-v1. Washington, DC: Westat [producer], 1997. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2007-10-04.

A cross-sectional survey of the economic, health, and social characteristics of families in the United States including such topics as child health care, child well being, child behavior problems, child care use, child education and cognitive development, and child social and emotional development.

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