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Mapping the gap: Exploring child care supply & demand in Massachusetts

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In Massachusetts, we examined three key issues around child care supply and demand: overall supply of child care slots compared to the number of working parents across the state; whether Child Care Development Fund subsidies mirror the demand for those subsidies; and the availability of licensed care for parents working nontraditional hours, or shift work, in Massachusetts. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Massachusetts

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