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  • Author:
    Brayfield
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    0877665877
  • ISBN13:
    978-0877665878
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    Urban Institute Press (March 1, 1993)
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    117 pages
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Early Care and Education for Children in Low-Income Families. Patterns of Use, Quality, and Potential Policy Implications. This paper assesses the patterns of ECE utilization by low-income families, the implications for children's development of the extent and quality of ECE participation, the evidence on the quality of ECE that low-income children receive, and the policy context that shapes ECE. It concludes by laying out key policy considerations.

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Low-Income Working Families A Project of The Urban Institute A New Safety Net for Low-Income Families . Affordable, quality child care: The federal government does subsidize child care for low-income parents, allowing them to work, but the unmet need is substantial.

Low-Income Working Families A Project of The Urban Institute A New Safety Net for Low-Income Families Number 3 America’s low-income working families are struggling to get by, too often making impossible choices among food, housing, and health care because their incomes do not stretch far enough.

Urban Institute, Health Policy Center, 2100 M St, NW, Washington, DC. .

Urban Institute, Health Policy Center, 2100 M St, NW, Washington, DC 20037, USA. [email protected] We examined receipt of clinician advice by low-income children, comparing children who had public insurance with those who had private insurance, as well as with children who were uninsured for part or all of the year. METHODS: We used children who were aged 3 to 17 and living in families with incomes of <250% of the federal poverty level in the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey data from 2001 to 2003 to estimate linear probability models on receipt of preventive advice.

Institute of Medicine. Deich, and S. Hofferth 1993 Caring for Children in Low-Income Families: A Substudy of the National Child Care Survey, 1990

Institute of Medicine. Child Care for Low-Income Families: Summary of Two Workshops. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Hofferth 1993 Caring for Children in Low-Income Families: A Substudy of the National Child Care Survey, 1990. A National Association for the Education of Young Children Study conducted by the Urban Institute. Urban Institute Press. Unpublished manuscript.

Low-income families spend almost three times more of their earnings on child care than do higher-earning . This briefing book from the Children's Defense Fund contains factsheets on child care and early education issues.

Low-income families spend almost three times more of their earnings on child care than do higher-earning families. Areas covered include basic facts about early childhood education and care; their importance to children, families, and communities; some of the challenges facing families who need day care; and key child care and early education policies and programs. The book is organized into three.

Child day care and the employment of AFDC recipients with preschool children. Brayfield, A. Deich, S. & Hofferth, S. L. (1993)

Child day care and the employment of AFDC recipients with preschool children. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 14, 49–68. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. (1993). Caring for children in low-income families: A substudy of the national child care survey, 1990. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press. Personal communication.

Elevating the debate on social and economic policy. How much do we know about individuals and families who use charitable food assistance? How much do we know about individuals and families who use charitable food assistance? Urban Institute. 14 hrs ·. "Solving the region’s housing challenges is not the job of local governments or nonprofits alone. The faith community, along with businesses, philanthropy, & others, all need to play a role.

'Children of Incarcerated Parents consolidates and presents important foundational work in the field from various disciplines. Irwin Garfinkel, Mitchell I. Ginsberg Professor of Contemporary Urban Problems, Columbia University School of Social Work

'Children of Incarcerated Parents consolidates and presents important foundational work in the field from various disciplines. Ginsberg Professor of Contemporary Urban Problems, Columbia University School of Social Work. 'Children of Incarcerated Parents consolidates and presents important foundational work in the field from various disciplines.

Using data from the National Child Care Survey 1990 and its low-income supplement, this report examines the care arrangements of children under age 13 in families with annual incomes below $15,000. The study represents over 6 million low-income households with children under age 13 and the 12 million children under age 13 in these families. Three fundamental issues are explored: 1) how low-income children are regularly cared for; 2) how much low-income families spend on child care; and 3) the preferences of low-income parents in caring for their children.