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[IWS] UI: THE [CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT FUND] CCDF POLICIES DATABASE BOOK OF TABLES: KEY CROSS-STATE VARIATIONS IN CCDF POLICIES AS OF OCTOBER 1, 2013 [online 20 November 2014]
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Note: CCDF=Child Care and Development Fund
THE CCDF POLICIES DATABASE BOOK OF TABLES: KEY CROSS-STATE VARIATIONS IN CCDF POLICIES AS OF OCTOBER 1, 2013 [online 20 November 2014]
by Sarah Minton, Christin Durham, Linda Giannarelli
[full-text, 306 pages]
The CCDF Policies Database Book of Tables provides tables containing key Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) policies for each state as of October 1, 2013. The tables are based on information in the CCDF Policies Database, a database tracking child care subsidy policies over time and across the States, D.C., and the Territories. The Book summarizes a subset of the information available in the database, including information about eligibility requirements for families; application, redetermination, priority, and waiting list policies; family copayments; and provider policies and reimbursement rates. The report also includes longitudinal tables showing policies from 2009 through 2013.
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