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Early care and education usage and households' out-of-pocket costs: Tabulations from the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE)

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The extensive tables in this document describe four main aspects of households' use of nonparental care: types of care, combinations of types of care, hours of care, and parents' out of pocket costs for care. These aspects are reported by child age, by household characteristics such as the household's income-to-poverty ratio, and by two aspects of the community where the household is located (poverty density and urbanicity). (author abstract)

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