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Nov 01, 2013
Authors:
Jennifer Cleveland,
Amy Susman-Stillman,
Tamara Halle

The purpose of this Research Brief Series is to summarize key findings and implications from the Minnesota Child Care Choices study, a three-year longitudinal survey of a sample of parents with low incomes who have at least one child age six or younger, have applied to receive financial assistance through Minnesota’s welfare or child care subsidy programs, and lived in one of seven participating counties at the time of the survey.

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