Parental Work Schedules, CCDF Policies & Child Care Arrangements in Low-Income Families
This project uses data from the NSECE 2019 and the CCDF Policies Database to provide updated information on the extent of the challenges posed by parental work schedules, the implications of parental work schedules for low-income families’ ability to access quality child care and the impact of parental decisions around type of child care and subsidy use on child-care-related work disruptions and child care stability. In addition, combining the NSECE 2019 and the CCDF Policies Database allows us to examine the potential role of state variations in CCDF policies and practices after the 2014 Reauthorization in ameliorating the barriers faced by low-income families. The results of this research can inform statelevel policies and practices and contribute to our knowledge base with respect to low-income working families in need of child care for their children under the age of 6.
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
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The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Policies Database