Continuity and Stability: Dynamics of Child Care Subsidy Use in Oregon
- Continuity and Stability: Dynamics of Child Care Subsidy Use in Oregon
- Weber, Roberta B.
Davis, Elizabeth E.
- National Center for Children in Poverty
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- National Center for Children in Poverty, Columbia University
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- New York
- This report is one of four being published by members of the team studying the dynamics of child care subsidy use. It provides a detailed look at Oregon families receiving child care subsidies and the factors associated with length of subsidy receipt and provider stability, and it compares the findings with those of the four other states studied by the dynamics study team—Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Texas. Separate state reports will also be published for Illinois and Maryland. The fourth report: The Dynamics of Child Care Subsidy Use: A Collaborative Study of Five States, covers all the study states.
- Child care
Child care--Government policy
Economic assistance, Domestic--U.S. states
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- Suggested Citation:
- Roberta B. Weber, Elizabeth E. Davis, 2002, Continuity and Stability: Dynamics of Child Care Subsidy Use in Oregon, Columbia University Academic Commons, https://doi.org/10.7916/D87D33VX.