ASPE ISSUE BRIEF Child Care Eligibility and Enrollment Estimates for Fiscal Year 2005 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation By: ASPE Staff June 2008
The Antisocial Behavior of the Adolescent Children of Incarcerated Parents: A Developmental Perspective
From Prison to Home: The Effect of Incarceration and Reentry on Children, Families, and Communities The Antisocial Behavior of the Adolescent Children of Incarcerated Parents: A Developmental Perspective By: J. Mark Eddy and John B. Reid Oregon Social Learning Center December 2001 [ Project Home Page | List of Conference Papers
ASPE ISSUE BRIEF Child Care Eligibility and Enrollment Estimates for Fiscal Year 2003 April 2005 This Issue Brief is available on the Internet at: http://aspe.hhs.gov/hsp/05/cc-elig-est03/ Printer Friendly Version in PDF
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services An Evaluability Assessment of Child Care Options for Work-Welfare Programs MAXIMUS, Inc. April 1988 PDF Version
This ASPE Issue Brief details estimates of federal child care assistance eligibility and receipt for 2009. About 18 percent of federally-eligible children received subsidized care through CCDF or related government funding streams in an average month in fiscal year 2009. This Issue Brief also explores estimates of child care assistance eligibility
Trends in the Use of Early Care and Education, 1995-2011: Descriptive Analysis of Child Care Arrangements from National Survey Data
The authors would like to acknowledge our Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Services Policy, Ajay Chaudry, for his leadership and vision in the development of this report. The authors would also like to acknowledge Barbara Broman, Ann McCormick, Martha Moorehouse, and Pam Winston for their direction and reviews.
Despite the knowledge that homeless children face poor outcomes, research has largely focused on the parent(s) in a homeless family, perhaps because these children are still part of a family unit. However, the children themselves have different and separate needs from their parent(s). Given the impact of the current recession, it is critical to un
This evaluation describes existing state Express Lane Eligibility (ELE) programs including the administrative costs and ELE enrollment trends, estimates the impact of ELE adoption on total enrollment, and previews the issues that will be examined through future evaluation activities.