Supporting Continuity through Child Care and Development Fund Subsidies: A Review of Select State Policies

Published: April 14, 2014
Topics:
Child Care
Projects:
Child Care and Early Education Policy and Research Analysis (CCEEPRA), 2005-2018 | Learn more about this project
Types:
Reports

The prevalence of child care changes is a noteworthy issue, and subsidies may assist low-income families in maintaining continuity of care. In this brief, authors review select Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) state policies, as of October 1, 2012, that have been, or may be, associated with exits from the subsidy program. The summaries provided may be used to contextualize research findings across states and to inform conversations about facilitating continuity in subsidized care among state administrators. Child Trends produced this brief as part of the Child Care and Early Education Policy and Research Analysis and Technical Expertise Project.