Child Care State Reports . Footnotes

12/01/1999

1  Estimate based on microsimulations using the Urban Institute's TRIM3 model, guidelines in the state's 1997-99 CCDF state plan, and three years of Current Population Survey data (calendar years 1995-97)

2  Ibid.

3  Estimates based on state administrative data reported to the Child Care Bureau and adjusted to reflect children funded through CCDF only.  1998 figures based on April-September 1998.

4  Ibid.

5  Waiting list data were obtained and compiled by the Urban Institute from the Michigan Family Independence Agency, the state child care agency.

6  Information in this section was obtained and compiled by the Urban Institute from the Michigan 4C Association, a statewide child care resource and referral agency, the Office of Young Children (a child care resource and referral agency serving Lansing), and the Detroit-Wayne 4C (the resource and referral agency serving Detroit).

7  State maximum rates were obtained and compiled by the Urban Institute from the Michigan Family Independence Agency, summer 1999.

8  Information in this section was obtained and compiled by the Urban Institute from the resource and referral agencies serving the state of Michigan and the cities of Lansing and Detroit, see note 6.

*  This calculation assumes that a child is in care for 45 hours per week.  If the child is in care for 50 hours per week, the maximum reimbursement rate would be $639.