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Journal of Children & Poverty

Reports and Briefs

Little Room to Play: How Changes to City Child-Care Policies Reduce Opportunities for Working Families


Only a fraction of low-income families who need child care subsidies in New York City receive them, despite the important benefits of child care for children and their parents. This brief explains how the increasing cost and decreased access to child care affects low-income working families in New York City.

Empty Seats: The Epidemic of Absenteeism Among Homeless Elementary Students

The Invisible Majority: Doubled-up Students in New York City Public Schools

Meeting the Child Care Needs of Homeless Families: How Do States Stack Up?

Number of ACS Child-Care Subsidies

Annual Family Income and Co-payment Levels for Subsidized Child Care

The Impact of High-quality Early Education on Low-income Children

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