Research Briefs - summaries of current research in child care
Employer-Supported Child Care: Benefits to Employers, Employees and Children - National Child Care Information CenterFacts at a Glance - research briefs from the Brookings Institute:Child Care Expenses of Working Families with Income Below 200 Percent of the Federal Poverty Level, 1997
Primary Child Care Arrangements for Chidlren with Employed Mothers by Income and Age of Child, 1997
Weekly Hours Spent in Nonparental, Out-of-School Care for Children with Employed Mothers, by Income and Age of Child, 1997
Public Support for School-Age Child Care: Survey Results The Mott Foundation
Quality in Child Care Centers The National Center for Early Development and Learning
Reweaving parents into the fabric of early childhood programs. Powell, D.R. (1998). YOUNG CHILDREN. 53 (5).60-66.