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Joint task force on access to quality affordable child care: Report pursuant to House Bill 2346 (2019)

House Bill 2346 directed the Task Force to make recommendations to the Legislature by December 31, 2020, to achieve the following: - Increase eligible families’ use of child care subsidies; and - Expand access to high-quality, subsidized child care for families that are not currently eligible for subsidized child care who cannot otherwise afford or access child care. The measure further required specific consideration of the following items as the Task Force developed its recommendations: - Availability of high-quality child care providers that meet the needs of families, including culturally specific care and workable hours of operation; - Copayments; - Burdensome administrative practices and requirements; - Reimbursement rates; - Economic stability of families receiving child care subsidies; - Access to professional development and quality supports; and - Access to child care that allows parents to work and provides positive development opportunities for children. (author abstract)
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