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How much did households in the United States pay for child care in 2012? — Child age, household income, & community urbanicity snapshots

Date Added to Library: 
Thursday, June 20, 2019 - 16:12
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high
Individual Author: 
Forry, N.
Madill, R.
Shuey, E.
Halle, T
Ugarte, G
Borton, J.
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Place Published: 
Washington, DC
Published Date: 
01/22/2019
Published Date (Date): 
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Year: 
2019
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Abstract: 

These snapshots describe U.S. households’ costs for, and usage of, ECE in 2012, looking at differences by age of child, household income, and community urbanicity.

  • How Much Did Households in the United States Pay for Child Care in 2012? — An Examination of Differences by Child Age
  • How Much Did Households in the United States Pay for Child Care in 2012? — An Examination of Differences by Household Income
  • How Much Did Households in the United States Pay for Child Care in 2012? — An Examination of Differences by Community Urbanicity

These snapshots use data from the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE), a nationally representative study of U.S. households and early care and education providers conducted in 2012. (Author abstract)

 

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