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America's Child Care Deserts in 2018

Description
Assesses child care availability in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, with a special emphasis on how limited or complete lack of access disproportionately impacts rural and Hispanic/Latino populations. Includes discussion on child care deserts and provides a list of policy recommendations to increase access to low-cost and high-quality child care.
Author(s)
Rasheed Malik, Katie Hamm, Leila Schochet, Cristina Novoa, Simon Workman, Steven Jessen-Howard
Date
12/2018
Type
Document
Organization
Center for American Progress
Tagged as
Access · Child care · Children and youth · Families · Hispanic or Latino · Policy · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data