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Early child care in single-parent and two-parent families: 2019

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This Data Point uses data from the 2019 Early Childhood Program Participation (ECPP) survey. The ECPP survey asks about young children’s participation in weekly child care. The survey includes three types of care: care from a family member other than a parent (relative care), care from someone who is not a relative (nonrelative care), and care in a child care or early education center (center-based care). This report compares child care for children from birth through age 5, in single-parent families and two-parent families. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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