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Eligibility specialists survey 2020


This brief provides results and recommendations that came out of a survey of caseworkers (referred to as specialists) who help families seeking or receiving the child care subsidy, i.e. the Child Development and Care (CDC) assistance. The survey asked about the effects of recent policy changes, the needs of clients, challenges, and suggestions for improvement. (author abstract)

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United States

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