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State child care assistance policies for parents in education and training

The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF), the largest program providing child care assistance to low-income families, has the potential to help parents in education and training access child care, but the eligibility requirements vary across states. The purpose of this brief is to analyze current state eligibility policies, assess the extent to which they support access to child care for parents in pursuit of education and training, and look at changes to such policies in the past five years. (author abstract)
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