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An Evaluability Assessment of Child Care Options for Work-Welfare Programs

Publication Date
Mar 31, 1988

The final report (Volume I) presents the results of an evaluability assessment of child care options for work-welfare programs. The project examined current work-welfare programs in selected states across the country and explored the evaluative issues regarding the role of child care in these programs. Volume II (State Discussion Summaries, Head Start Grantee Case Studies, and Cost Examples) presents summaries of the discussions with the states and Head Start grantees participating in the study. A discussion of the effects of the various cost principles on the charges to multiple funding sources related to Head Start and Title XX/work-welfare is also provided. [Volume I, 97 PDF pages; Volume II, 163 PDF pages]

Youth | Families with Children | Children
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) | Head Start