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Child Care for Low-Income Families: Directions for Research: Summary of a Workshop
Anne Bridgman (ed); Deborah A. Phillips (ed)
Increased national attention to child care has been spurred by rising costs, renewed understanding of the importance of children’s early experiences to future development & problems experienced by states in serving all low-income families who are eligible for child care assistance. Child care for children in low-income families is of interest given fed. & state reforms in educ. & welfare that may boost the numbers of very young low-income children in need of child care, as well as put added pressures on preschools to pay more attention to preparing children for school. Three workshops were convened on child-care for low-income families in 1995. The third workshop, which is the subject of this vol. considered promising directions for research on child care,
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