Brief How Parental Preferences and Subsidy Receipt Shape Immigrant Families’ Child Care Choices
Heather Sandstrom, Julia Gelatt
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In this brief, the authors review the research questions and methods guiding their analysis of data from the National Survey of Early Care and Education. They focus on the challenges and questions that arise when using secondary data to look at early care and education experiences of immigrant households, with implications for future research.

Research Areas Children and youth Immigrants and immigration
Tags Child care Kids in context Immigrant children, families, and communities
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population
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