As part of the Minnesota Child Care Policy Research Partnership—a federally funded partnership between Child Trends, the University of Minnesota, and the Minnesota Department of Human Services—the research team administered two surveys to families with children enrolled in early care and education (ECE) programs across the state of Minnesota. These surveys aimed to capture the experiences and perceptions that families have of CCAP and ELS, including the level of support that they receive and what additional supports may be needed. Furthermore, we were interested in how experiences may vary between the two types of financial assistance (CCAP and ELS). Thus, this brief explores parent experiences with CCAP and ELS to enhance our understanding of families’ access to child care and what additional supports may be needed. (author abstract)
Family experiences with the child care assistance program and early learning scholarships in Minnesota
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