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Hahn Heather, Adams Gina, Spaulding Shayne, Heller Caroline, April, 2016
Reports & Papers
Low-income families receiving cash assistance through Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) also need assistance with workforce development and child care. Workforce development and child care subsidy systems exist to support low-income…
Adams Gina, Koralek Robin, Martinson Karin, 2006
Reports & Papers
The second part of a three-part study of the interaction between state and local welfare-to-work programs and child care assistance programs, focusing on child care subsidy use by parents in transition from TANF to employment
Adams Gina, Rohacek Monica, 2002
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An overview the evolution of federal child care subsidy policy since 1996, a discussion of the use of subsidized child care among low-income populations, and an identification of possible themes in the debate over the reauthorization of federal…
Adams Gina, Holcomb Pamela A., 2000
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
An examination of the role of welfare policies and practices in shaping child care for low-income families, building on the Urban Institute's New Federalism Project. Key issues include: (1) how child care and welfare systems are organized at State…
Adams Gina, Schulman Karen, Ebb Nancy, 1998
A description of child care pressures for working parents and funding and demand discrepancies in United States child care subsidy policy