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National Women's Law Center, January, 2016
Reports & Papers
This report is based on the National Women's Law Center's interviews with leaders and staff from approximately 25 organizations (or networks of organizations) that have programs and activities to support FFN providers as well as on background…
Blank Helen, Campbell Nancy D., Entmacher Joan, February, 2014
Other
An examination of statewide efforts between early 2010 and October 2013 to allow home-based child care workers, including licensed family child care providers and regulation-exempt family, friend, and neighbor caregivers receiving subsidies, to join…
Chalfie Deborah, Blank Helen, Entmacher Joan, 2007
Reports & Papers
An examination of statewide efforts to allow home-based child care workers, including licensed family child care providers and regulation-exempt family, friend, and neighbor caregivers receiving subsidies, to join unions
Zielewski Erica H., Malm Karin, Geen Rob, 2006
Reports & Papers
A study of how child welfare agencies distinguish between cases of self care and child neglect based on interviews and focus groups with child protective services staff and a review of administrative forms
Pomper Kate, Blank Helen, Campbell Nancy D., Schulman Karen, 2005
Reports & Papers
Highlights from a 2004 follow-up study on the military?s systematic approach to quality child care by the National Women?s Law Center
Snyder Kathleen, Dore Timothy, Adelman Sarah, 2005
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A brief informing policymakers on relative child care, why parents choose it and which children are likely to use it
Capizzano Jeffrey, Adams Gina, 2004
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A brief comparing the child care arrangements of children under five from high- and low-income families.
Vandivere Sharon, Tout Kathryn, Zaslow Martha, Calkins Julia, Capizzano Jeffrey, 2003
Reports & Papers
A report on the characteristics of and factors associated with the self-care arrangements of children aged six to 12
Sonenstein Freya Lund, Gates Gary J., Schmidt Stefanie, Bolshun Natalya, 2002
Reports & Papers
A discussion of data from the 1999 National Survey of America?s Families focusing on child care arrangements for children under the age of 13 with employed parents
Capizzano Jeffrey, Adelman Sarah, Stagner Matthew, 2002
Reports & Papers
An examination of child care arrangements and time spent in care among 6- to 12-year-old children during the summer using data from the 1999 National Survey of America?s Families
Billing Amy, Ehrle Jennifer, Kortenkamp Katherine, 2002
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the role of relative child care on child behavioral and cognitive development using data from the 1997 and 1999 Survey of American's Families
Campbell Nancy D., Appelbaum Judith C., Martinson Karin, Martin Emily, 2000
Other
An examination of ways in which the military made significant improvements in its child care system, including the military?s approach to improving quality, keeping care affordable for parents, and expanding availability, with lessons on how similar…
Phillips Deborah A., Voran Miriam, Kisker Ellen Eliason, Howes Carollee, Whitebook Marcy, 1991
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of child care quality in child care centers serving children from low-income families, its relationship to type of center-based programming, and its comparability to child care quality in centers serving upper- and middle-income families,…