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Research and policy resources in support of Child Care and Development Block Grant reauthorization

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Monday, April 24, 2017 - 11:40
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normal
Individual Author: 
Ferguson, Daniel
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Place Published: 
New York, NY
Published Date: 
January 2017
Published Date (Text): 
January 2017
Year: 
2017
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Abstract: 

President Obama signed the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act of 2014 into law on November 19, 2014, reauthorizing the federal child care program for the first time since 1996. The law has important implications for child care policy across the United States, in areas including provider health and safety requirements, consumer education, subsidy redetermination, quality improvement, and tribal child care. The full statute and a plain language summary are available on the Office of Child Care website, along with continually-updated resources on the reauthorization. The following resources, which can be found in the Research Connections collection, are related to or support the implementation of the reauthorized Child Care and Development Block Grant. They have been grouped in the following categories: official guidance from the U.S. Office of Child Care; Child Care and Development Fund state plans; state policy and administrative data; and state policy options and technical assistance resource, which have been further categorized by policy topics. (Author abstract)

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