This fact sheet first contextualizes the number of children with parents working NTH in Connecticut. It then summarizes what these parents told us about the care arrangements they would recommend for different NTH periods, the role that children’s needs played in their recommendations, and other issues and constraints they faced. It concludes with a summary of key policy actions that could give these families more support for the child care they believe is best for their children. (author abstract)
What child care arrangements do parents want during nontraditional hours? Insights from parents in Connecticut
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