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TitleChild Care Subsidies Critical for Low-Income Families Amid Rising Child Care Expenses
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PublisherCarsey School of Public Policy
DateMay 2013
Pages6 pp.
DescriptionThe high cost of child care is a barrier to employment among low-income families with young children. Child care subsidies are designed to support both parental employment and child development by lowering the cost of child care and making high-quality child care affordable to low-income families. This policy brief compares the shares of income spent on child care in 2005 and 2011 using data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Filed inEarly Childhood > Childcare, Disparities > Early childhood, Children & Youth > Early childhood
TopicsEarly Childhood
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