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Author(s):Ewen, D., and Matthews, H.
Title:Families forgotten: Administration’s priorities put child care low on list
Organization:Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)
Short Description:This report calls on policy-makers to increase accessibility to early education and child care for low-income families.
Annotation:This report calls on policy-makers to increase accessibility to early education and child care for low-income families. The report makes the case that child care assistance is critical to helping low-income families to work and to succeed financially.
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Early Childhood Education/School Readiness
Elementary School
Employment and Workforce Development
Low-Income Students

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