For Families Who Need Them Most, Child Care Subsidies Haven’t Always Helped
By Martin Austermuhle
“To provide high quality child care takes a lot of resources, and so as a market, child care is an expensive service for all families and most families have challenges finding high-quality care they can afford. When you add in other challenges — minimum wage jobs, multiple jobs, non-traditional schedules — it becomes even more difficult,” says Christine Johnson-Staub, the interim director of child care and early education for CLASP.
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Source URL: https://wamu.org/story/19/04/23/for-families-who-need-them-most-child-care-subsidies-havent-always-helped/