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Child Care for Low-Income Families: Summary of Two Workshops References Brayfield, A., S.G. Deich, and S. Hofferth 1993 Caring for Children in Low-Income Families: A Substudy of the National Child Care Survey, 1990. A National Association for the Education of Young Children Study conducted by the Urban Institute. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press. Burchinal, M.R., J.E. Roberts, L.A. Nabors, and D.M. Bryant 1995 Quality of Center Child Care and Infant Cognitive Language Development . Unpublished manuscript. Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Bureau of the Census 1995 What Does It Cost To Mind Our Preschoolers?. Population Division, Fertility Statistics Branch. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce. Cost, Quality, and Child Outcomes Study Team 1995 Cost, Quality, and Child Outcomes in Child Care Centers. Denver: University of Colorado at Denver. Fronstin, P., and D. Wissoker 1994 The Effects of the Availability of Low-Cost Child Care on the Labor Supply of Low-Income Women. A version of this paper was presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, May 5-7, 1994. Research was funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Galinsky, E., C. Howes, S. Kontos, and M. Shinn 1994 The Study of Children in Family Child Care and Relative Care: Highlights of Findings. New York: Families and Work Institute. Greater Minneapolis Day Care Association 1995 Valuing Families: The High Cost of Waiting for Child Care Sliding Fee Assistance. Minneapolis, Minn.: The Minneapolis Foundation.

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