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Welfare is Not for Women: Toward a Model of Advocacy to Meet the Needs of Women in Poverty

The other America described two decades ago by Michael Harrington is a changing neighborhood: men are moving out, while women, many with children, are moving in.

By |2020-12-27T18:34:02-04:00January 1, 1997|IWPR|Comments Off on Welfare is Not for Women: Toward a Model of Advocacy to Meet the Needs of Women in Poverty

The Family Support Act: An Analysis of Key Components, Draft Federal Regulations, and State Options

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By |2021-01-07T02:25:32-04:00April 1, 1989|IWPR|Comments Off on The Family Support Act: An Analysis of Key Components, Draft Federal Regulations, and State Options

High Skill and Low Pay: The Economics of Child Care Work

In the midst of a debate over the cost and quality of child care and the appropriate public role in its provision, this paper documents the current situation of child care workers.

By |2020-11-23T23:40:42-04:00January 1, 1989|IWPR|Comments Off on High Skill and Low Pay: The Economics of Child Care Work

Wages and Salaries of Child Care Workers: The Economic and Social Implications of Raising Child Care Workers’ Salaries

As more and more mothers enter the paid labor force, and/or work outside of the home, increasing numbers and proportions of children are experiencing care provided in a group context, and/or by someone other than their own parents.

By |2020-12-02T02:15:18-04:00March 15, 1988|IWPR|Comments Off on Wages and Salaries of Child Care Workers: The Economic and Social Implications of Raising Child Care Workers’ Salaries
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