Children in Low-Income Families Are Less Likely to Be in Center-Based Child Care

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Children in Low-Income Families Are Less Likely to Be in Center-Based Child Care

April 28, 2004

Abstract

Higher-income children were more likely to be in center-based child care arrangements in 2002, while low-income children were more likely to be in relative care.

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