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Arranging and Paying for Child Care

By Margaret O’Brien-Strain, Laura Moyé, Freya Lund Sonenstein

The authors then shift their attention more specifically to the role of child care in promoting early childhood education, focusing their analysis on the ...

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Federal Formula Grants: Federal Child Care Programs

By Tim Ransdell, Shervin Boloorian

The fast-growing, multibillion dollar federal child care financing system provides resources primarily to low- and moderate-income families to subsidize ...

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1 in 4 Child Care Workers in California Lives in Poverty

By Tess Thorman, Caroline Danielson, Sarah Bohn

Oct 16, 2018 ... While preschools and child care providers in many parts of California are straining to fill a unmet need, the state's child care workers are ...

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Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers

By Caroline Danielson, Daniel Tan, Tess Thorman

Apr 15, 2020 ... These parents may be having difficulty finding care for their children amid the COVID-19 crisis, with most schools closed and many child care ...

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Child Care Price Dynamics in California

By Margaret O’Brien-Strain, Grecia Marrufo, Helen Oliver

Although expenditures on child care subsidies in California rose from $125 million in 1992 to $1.5 billion in 2001, some 200,000 children in California are ...

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Child Care Arrangements in California

Policy Brief · December 2003. Child Care Arrangements in California. Full Report · Go to homepage PPIC Logo. Get email updates Subscribe. Topics.

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Public Preschools in California

By Caroline Danielson, Tess Thorman

Child care supports parental employment—and most parents of young children work. In California, 77% of working-age parents (and other caregivers) of preschool- ...