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Hofferth Sandra L., 1993
Other
A review of the legislative issues surrounding Project Head Start's reauthorization, the expansion of Medicare, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and the Child Care and Development Block Grant by the 101st United States Congress
Holberg Catherine J., Wright Anne L., Martinez Fernando D., Morgan Wayne J., Taussig Lynn M., 1993
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the relationship between child care and the occurrence of lower respiratory tract illnesses in the first three years of life, with issues such as smoking by child care providers and protective measures in relation to longer child care…
Fuller Bruce, Raudenbush Stephen W., Wei Li-Ming, Holloway Susan D., 1993
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A national survey of the influence of state standards, subsidies, tax credits and vouchers on preschool quality based on three contexts of family demands: statewide levels of wealth, maternal employment, and poverty rates
Blau David M., 1993
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An empirical analysis of the elasticity of supply of labor to child care and the determinants of the effects of child care subsidies and regulations on the cost of child care using data from the Current Population Survey
Chilman Catherine, 1993
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A review of research concerning the effects of parental employment and various types of substitute child care on children as well as their mothers and fathers, including discussion of federal policies concerning working parents and working poor…
Maddux James E., 1993
Other
Peer Reviewed
A commentary on the use of strong opposing viewpoints weakening the credibility of psychological research in the development of social policy
Committee for Economic Development. Research and Policy Committee, 1993
Other

A policy report examining the critical role that child care plays in child development, school readiness, and for life

Bowen Gary, Neenan Peter, 1993
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An investigation of the role of subsidized child care in reducing welfare participation among families with preschool-aged children in the United States
United States. Department of Defense, 1993
Other
Department of Defense Instruction on Child Development Programs for eligible minor children of Department of Defense personnel
United States. Department of the Air Force, 1993
Other
An Air Force Policy Directive establishing child development programs that promote the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of children in care
Shpancer Noam, 1993
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of social and political approaches in child care policy debates, contrasting mother-centric and broader family role paradigms
Children's Defense Fund (U.S.), 1992
Executive Summary
A summary of a study into the risks and inadequacies that welfare and Family Support Act social policies pose on child care arrangements and access
Hofferth Sandra L., Kisker Ellen Eliason, 1992
Other
An analysis of family day care in the United States examining three issues: first, the number of licensed and unlicensed family day care programs in America and their enrollment; second, the similarities and dissimilarities of characteristics…
Duncan Greg J., 1992
Other
A summary of the economic environment of childhood with special emphasis on trends in the average level of family economic resources available to poverty children