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National Women's Law Center, Columbia University. Center on Poverty and Social Policy, March, 2021
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A Lifetime’s Worth of Benefits examines and quantifies the impact that child care for all could have on women’s lifetime earnings and retirement security, underscoring just how much women and families have to gain when we recognize and invest in…
Cruse Lindsey Reichlin, Gault Barbara, Suh Joo Yeoun, DeMario Mary Ann, May, 2018
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This brief discusses the time demands and time use of single mothers in college, the affordability of and access to child care with a particular focus on campus-based care, and the postsecondary outcomes of student parents by campus child care…
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, February, 2018
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This document discusses how the availability, intensity, and affordability of early childhood education and care services, as well as work-family policies, can affect women's labor force participation across Organisation for Economic Co-operation…
Simms Kimberly Burgess, Chien Nina C., Enchautegui Maria E., 20 December, 2016
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One of the primary motivations for public investment in early care and education is its potential to increase parental employment. Indeed, economic theory and empirical evidence suggest that such support can improve parental labor force…
United States. Office of Head Start, 28 January, 2013
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An overview of the percentage of parents in Early Head Start and Head Start who are teenagers
Kahn Tim, Hewitt-Taylor Jaqui, March, 2009
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A summary of a study of children's, mothers', and fathers' perspectives on father involvement in early childhood settings, based on focus groups held with 27 parents and on consultations with 51 children
Center for Law and Social Policy, 26 February, 2007
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A description of Early Head Start services that address the specific needs of teenage parents
Burwick Andrew, Bellotti Jeanne, 2005
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An overview of lessons learned from the design, implementation, and operation of 21 programs intended to involve low-income fathers in intervention programs for young children
United States. Child Care Bureau, 2004
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A discussion of the role of fathers in early childhood programs
Sure Start (Programme), August, 2003
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A summary of a study that investigated the extent of Great Britain?s Sure Start local program?s encouragement of men to take part in the local programs, including fathers? views of the program, the impact of fathers? involvement, and what aspects of…
Choi Soo-Hyang, 2002
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A discussion of the relationship between the labor force and government policy supporting young children and their working parents in developed and developing countries
Choi Soo-Hyang, 2002
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A description of the prevalence of female workers in developed and developing countries and its impact on child care
National Center for Early Development & Learning (U.S.), November, 1999
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Key findings from a longitudinal study on the correlation between maternal depression and children's development and school readiness, based on data on 1,215 mothers and their children assessed regularly from 1 to 36 months