Problems in Child Care Found To Persist

Tuesday February 08 by Claudia bourneedweek
Two new reports—one charting a generation-long lack of progress in solving the nation's day-care problems, and another focusing on the quality of care used by women affected by new welfare-to-work programs—argue that the nation has yet to meet the challenge of providing high-quality child care to a broad spectrum of its children. Meanwhile, a second study paints a bleak picture of the quality of child care for a certain group of children—those whose mothers are participating in welfare-to-work programs. "Remember the Children" focuses on 948 single mothers on welfare from cities in California, Connecticut, and Florida.





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