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The impact of child care on low-income Texas families: A research review

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Schexnayder, Deanna; McCoy, Jody;
Date Issued: 1996
Publisher(s): Texas Workforce Commission. Child Care/Work and Family Clearinghouse
Description: A review of research on the importance of child care programs to low-income families for the Texas legislature, emphasizing the increasing labor force participation of Texas mothers, especially those coming off welfare, the growth of the Hispanic population, and high poverty rates among Texas children
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