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Kreyenfeld Michaela, Hank Karsten, December 1999
Reports & Papers
An exploration of the links between parents' access to affordable, quality child care and maternal employment rates in West Germany, based on data from the German Socioeconomic Panel (SOEP) on households with at least one child under age 12
Colorado. Department of Public Health and Environment, August 1999
Executive Summary
A summary of a statewide survey of the nurse health care and consultation service needs of child care centers in Colorado
Cuthbertson Brenda Ball, June 14, 1999
Reports & Papers
A study of the provision of subsidized child care to parents in a welfare-to-work program in Los Angeles County, California, including information on child care use patterns, supply of and demand for subsidized child care, and child care subsidy…
Cuthbertson Brenda Ball, June 14, 1999
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the provision of subsidized child care to parents in a welfare-to-work program, including information on child care use patterns, supply of and demand for subsidized child care, and child care subsidy policy, in Los Angeles…
King Christopher T., Faliski Katherine, Betsinger Alicia, O'Shea Daniel, June 1999
Reports & Papers
An estimation of the projected net benefits of investment in targeted early childhood programs in Texas
King Christopher T., Faliski Katherine, Betsinger Alicia, O'Shea Daniel, June 1999
Executive Summary
A summary of an estimation of the projected net benefits of investment in targeted early childhood programs in Texas
Savaya Riki, Waysman Mark, June 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An evaluation of the SHATIL early childhood education advocacy program, designed to promote growth in preschool enrollment rates, number of preschool classes administered by local councils, and number of certified early childhood educators in the…
Child Care Resources, June, 1999
Reports & Papers
A profile of child care in King County, Washington that analyzes the availability, affordability, and quality of child care available to families from the 1996 welfare reform to 1999
Child Care Resources, June, 1999
Executive Summary
A summary of a profile of child care in King County, Washington that analyzes the availability, affordability, and quality of child care available to families from the 1996 welfare reform to 1999
Gilder Paula, Jardine Paul, Guerin Sinead, 1999
Other
A summary of a study in Scotland of the components of costs to child care providers of providing care, based on a survey of providers and on provider case studies
McDowall Edith, Wilson Valerie, Ogden-Smith Jane, 1999
Other
A summary of a study in Scotland of the supply of and demand for child care and early education, based on population estimates of eligible children and administrative and survey data on provider slots
Grimm Susan, 1999
Reports & Papers
A statewide survey of the nurse health care and consultation service needs of child care centers in Colorado
Martinez Gladys, Day Jennifer C., 1999
Other
An October 1997 Current Population Report on school enrollment by social and economic characteristics of a nationally representative sample of students
Hein Maria L., Allan Marjorie, Else John F., 1999
Other
A report on the issues involved in starting and likely income from running a home-based child care business
Center for Policy Alternatives (Washington, D.C.), 1999
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A brief report on the importance of child care affordability, quality and access, especially during non-traditional hours Examples of government and industry strategies and model programs were presented