To provide states with information about the potential demand for child care during these nontraditional hours (NTH) and policies that could address access to NTH child care, we produced snapshots for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the United States. Each state snapshot shows the following: the number and share of children under age 6 who live in working families where all parents work NTH; the share with parents working in different NTH time periods; the share with different personal and family characteristics who have NTH-working parents; policies each state has planned to take that could address access to NTH child care. (author abstract)
State snapshots of potential demand for and policies to support nontraditional-hour child care
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