How states with large Hispanic populations are using or plan to use additional federal funding for child care
This review draws from a recent Child Trends report examining spending of these funds across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories and builds on a broader profile of work by Center researchers, including an analysis of state-level CCDF policy and practice through a Hispanic lens. Since financial assistance for child care is administered primarily at the state level, it is important to track state-level CCDGB policies and assess how state policies and practices may differentially shape access to child care for Hispanic families. (author abstract)
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Center for Research on Hispanic Children & Families
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