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Balancing act: The financial challenges of child care facing Louisiana's working families

To better understand the experiences of these working families eligible for, but not yet able to obtain, child care assistance due to the lack of funding of the program, the Louisiana Policy Institute for Children (LPIC) and Louisiana Department of Education partnered to conduct a survey of these working families. The survey asked families about the impact that not yet receiving child care assistance has had on parent employment, education, or job training; affordability, availability, reliability, and quality of the child care they are accessing; stress related to finding child care; and household budget and expenses. (author abstract)
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