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Harknett Kristen, Schneider Daniel J. (Daniel Jonathan), Luhr Sigrid, October, 2019
Reports & Papers
Working parents must arrange some type of care for their young children when they are away at work. For parents with unstable and unpredictable work schedules, the logistics of arranging care can be complex. In this paper, we use survey data from…
California Child Care Resource and Referral Network, October, 2019
Fact Sheets & Briefs
There are many parents in California who work outside of the traditional Monday through Friday nine to five schedule. Finding child care can be hard for many families, but during these hours it's particularly difficult - especially since many of…
Adams Gina, Allen Eva H., Gangopadhyaya Anuj, Kenney Genevieve M., September, 2019
Reports & Papers
This report explores key questions about the implications of Medicaid work requirements for low-income parents with children. Specifically, will parents need to find child care to comply? Will parents be able to afford care, and if not, can they get…
Adams Gina, Allen Eva H., Gangopadhyaya Anuj, Kenney Genevieve M., September, 2019
Executive Summary
This report explores key questions about the implications of Medicaid work requirements for low-income parents with children. Specifically, will parents need to find child care to comply? Will parents be able to afford care, and if not, can they get…
Capizzano Jeffrey, Bhat Soumya, Kim Brian Kubok, Concepcion Felisa, September 2019
Reports & Papers

In 2019, the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) was awarded a $10.6 million federal grant through the Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five (PDG B-5) program. A primary goal of the grant is to create a strategic plan that…

Ball Samantha W., Meppen Dianne, Christensen Marin, August, 2019
Reports & Papers
In May and June of 2019, deliberative groups of parents and early childhood service providers in communities throughout Utah identified challenges and barriers to learning about and accessing early childhood services. Some difficulties, such as a…
Novoa Cristina, 11 June, 2019
Reports & Papers
How exactly are parents making summer child care work for their families? To answer this question, the Center for American Progress conducted a short survey in May 2019 of approximately 1,000 parents of children ages 0 to 13 using the Mechanical…
Alexander David, Stoll Marcia, June, 2019
Reports & Papers
This brief is one of three that provides an assessment of the early impact of ExceleRate Illinois within the broader context of Illinois' child care supply. The brief focuses on changes in the supply of quality child care during non-traditional…
Koury Abel J., O'Leary Jamie, Justice Laura M., Logan Jessica A. R., Uanhoro James, Summer 2019
Reports & Papers
A current state requirement regarding child care programming may have enormous implications for many of Ohio's most vulnerable families who rely on funding for child care. Specifically, by 2020, any Ohio child care provider that accepts Publicly…
Sloane Kelly, Fontana Jason, Shaw-Amoah Anna, Lapp David, Turner Alyn, June, 2019
Reports & Papers
As the number of jobs that require non-traditional work schedules (evenings, weekends, and overnight) increases, families' need for child care during non-traditional hours has also grown. Yet little is known about the availability of non-traditional…
Sloane Kelly, Fontana Jason, Shaw-Amoah Anna, Lapp David, Turner Alyn, June, 2019
Executive Summary
As the number of jobs that require non-traditional work schedules (evenings, weekends, and overnight) increases, families' need for child care during non-traditional hours has also grown. Yet little is known about the availability of non-traditional…
Sloane Kelly, Fontana Jason, Shaw-Amoah Anna, Lapp David, Turner Alyn, June, 2019
Other
This Bibliography and Technical Appendix accompanies the main report, Making it Work: Examining the Status of Non-Traditional Child Care in Pennsylvania (Sloane et al., 2019).
Gault Barbara, Cruse Lindsey Reichlin, Schumacher Rachel, May, 2019
Other
This report describes opportunities for the early childhood and higher education systems to support each other's key goals for system advancements to increase economic mobility among America's families. It provides examples of early education/higher…
Ullrich Rebecca, Schmit Stephanie, Cosse Ruth, April, 2019
Reports & Papers
This brief examines children's access to CCDBG-funded child care in states by race and ethnicity using publicly available data from fiscal year (FY) 2016, building upon CLASP's previous Disparate Access research. (author abstract)
Alexander David, Stoll Marcia, April, 2019
Reports & Papers
This Policy Research Brief examines changes in the availability of quality child care for low income working families -- in particular for families who were eligible to receive the child care subsidy. It compares this availability in 2011, prior to…