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Child Care for Low-Income Families: Summary of Two Workshops
Deborah A. Phillips (ed). Child care has become a fact of life for many American families. At the core of current debates about welfare reform & school readiness, child care has moved to the center of discussion about federal policy for children & families. This workshop report addresses the factors affecting patterns of child care use among low-income families; the quality, safety, & continuity of child care & its effects on children’s development; the role of child care in families’ efforts to prepare for & maintain paid employment; & the structure & consequences of federal child care subsidies. Tables, graphs, & references.
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