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Investing in Child Care

By Rubin, Robert E.

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Title: Investing in Child Care  
Author: Rubin, Robert E.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Economics., United States. Department of the Treasury--Appropriations and Expenditures.
Collections: U.S. Department of the Treasury Collection
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Publisher: United States Department of the Treasury

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Rubin, R. E. (n.d.). Investing in Child Care. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: At the White House Conference on Child Care in October 1997, President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton called together child care experts, business leaders, parents, and others to highlight an issue of tremendous importance to working families, businesses, and our economy. At that conference, the President also asked me to bring together a group of business and labor leaders to look at child care problems facing working parents, and to identify best practices in the private sector and in public-private partnerships. The following report is the result of the group?s work.

Table of Contents
Contents Letter From Treasury Secretary Rubin ............................................ i Introduction ................................................................................ v Concerns of Working Parents .........................................................1 Financial Concerns ............................................................ 1 Quality Concerns .............................................................. 3 The Economic Impact of Child Care ............................................... 5 Impact on Employee Behavior ........................................ 5 Labor Force Trends ........................................................... 6 Child Care Costs ............................................................... 8 Best Practices and New Findings ................................................... 9 A New Survey of Businesses ........................................... 9 Resource and Referral Programs .................................. 10 Workplace Flexibilities ................................................... 13 Public-Private Partnerships ........................................... 16 Corporate and Labor Management Partnerships ...... 19 On-Site Child Care .......................................................... 21 Off-Site Care ..................................................................... 23 Backup/Sick Child Care ................................................ 25 Out-of-School Care ......................................................... 27 Small and Medium-Sized Businesses .......................... 28 What Businesses Can Do ............................................................. 31 Endnotes .................................................................................... 33 Resources ................................................................................... 35 References .................................................................................. 53

 

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