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Impacts of child care subsidies on family and child well-being

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An examination of the effects of child care subsidy receipt on low income mothers, comparing families receiving subsidies with families on waiting lists; factors examined included employment, income, percent of income spent on child care, and satisfaction with child care arrangements
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
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Georgia

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