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An overview the evolution of federal child care subsidy policy since 1996, a discussion of the use of subsidized child care among low-income populations, and an identification of possible themes in the debate over the reauthorization of federal funds for the subsidy, expansion, and improvement of child care and early education services
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Fact Sheets & Briefs
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United States

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