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Child care subsidy staff share perspectives on administrative burden faced by Latino applicants in North Carolina

Description:

To assess how state and local CCDF contexts may interact to influence Hispanic families’ engagement with the child care subsidy program, we conducted an online survey of county-level subsidy agency supervisors and frontline caseworkers working in communities across North Carolina, a fast-growing Hispanic population state. We compared on-the-ground practices of local child care subsidy staff to state-level policy and guidance documents, highlighting cases where practices align or diverge from documented policies, and discuss the implications of this for Latino families’ access to child care subsidies. (author abstract)

Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
North Carolina

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