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Henly Julia R., Ananat Elizabeth O., Danziger Sandra K., March, 2006
Reports & Papers
This paper examines the complexity of low-income mothers' child care arrangements, with attention to nonstandard job schedules and child care subsidies. Data come from the Women's Employment Study, a panel study of low-income mothers. Of interest is…
Danziger Sandra K., Ananat Elizabeth O., Browning Kimberly G., 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the relationship between child care subsidy receipt and mothers' work experiences of welfare recipients in an urban Michigan county
Danziger Sandra K., Ananat Elizabeth O., Browning Kimberly G., 2003
Reports & Papers
A study of the role of subsidies in parental transitions from welfare to the workforce in Michigan, using post-1996 data from The Women?s Employment Study (WES)
Phillips Deborah A., Mekos Debra, Scarr Sandra, McCartney Kathleen, Abbott-Shim Martha, 2001
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

This study reports data from a multisite study of typical center-based child care and children’s development regarding (a) associations among quality of care defined by structural features, process indicators, and compliance with state…

Wurtele Sandy K., Schmitt Ann, 1992
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A survey on knowledge of responsibility to report suspected child sexual abuse among child care workers