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Johnson Kay, Knitzer Jane, November, 2005
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A discussion of fiscal strategies to promote the emotional health of families and young children, highlighting opportunities for policymakers and describing effective social programs

Johnson Kay, Knitzer Jane, November, 2005
Executive Summary
A summary of a discussion of fiscal strategies to promote the emotional health of families and young children, highlighting opportunities for policymakers and describing effective social programs
Kreader J. Lee, Piecyk Jessica Brickman, Collins Ann, June, 2000
Reports & Papers
A description of changes in the regulated child care supply in Illinois and Maryland between 1996 and 1998, with an emphasis on low income communities, based on data from statewide child care resource and referral databases and the 1990 United…
Collins Ann, Li Jiali, 1997
Reports & Papers
A comparison of the socioeconomic differences between communities in Illinois and Maryland, with an analysis of the relationship between community characteristics and child care supply, demand, and cost