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Report or Brief 2016

Red Light Green Light: State Child Care Assistance Policies 2016

State policies on child care assistance including: funding, income eligibility limits, waiting lists, copayments, reimbursement rates, eligibility for families with parents searching for a job, and recent developments. State data tables begin on page 26.

view link by National Women’s Law Center
Annual Data Table 2016

State CCDF Plans and National Summary Tables

State CCDF Plans include: services and activities as reported by all 56 Lead Agencies for Fiscal Years 2016-2018. They provide a snapshot into current and planned efforts, initiatives, and implementation plans for each state/territory, such as child care safety and inspection requirements; consumer education around child care assistance; professional development initiatives for providers; and child care assistance policies like graduated phase out, eligibility criteria, and initial subsidy determinations. 

view link by Administration for Children and Families, Office of Child Care

Web Links to State Teacher Licensing Standards

Website links to state teacher licensing standards.

view link by Council of Chief State School Officers
Searchable Database 2016

CCDF Policies Database

The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Policies Database includes families' initial and ongoing eligibility and application requirements, copayment information, provider policies, reimbursement rates, and other categories. 

view link by Urban Institute
Searchable Database 2016

State-level data on population, disabilities, housing, income and poverty, educational attainment, language spoken at home, race/ethnicity, nativity

Data available includes: State-level data on population, disabilities, housing, income and poverty, educational attainment, language spoken at home, race/ethnicity, nativity

view link by Census Bureau, American Community Survey
Searchable Database 2016 data for diverse and equitable metropolitan areas

Data on a variety of indicators, including population demographics and diversity, housing opportunities, education, health, residential integration and neighborhood characteristics, economic opportunities, crime, and physical environment.

view link by The Heller School for Social Policy and Management (Brandeis University)
Searchable Database 2016

CLASP DataFinder

Data on a variety of variables, including poverty by race and age, young child demographics, child care subsidy participation and spending, and Head Start

view link by CLASP
Searchable Database 2016

Data Resource Center for Child & Adolescent Health

Child Health Measures: Over 100 indicators of child health and well-being within these categories: (1) physical and dental health; (2) emotional and mental health; (3) health insurance coverage; (4) health care access and quality; (5) community and school activities; (6) family health and activities; and (7) neighborhood safety and support.

view link by The Child & Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative
Searchable Database 2016

KIDS COUNT data center

Data categories available include: demographics, economic well-being, education, family and community, health, and safety and risky behaviors.

view link by The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Searchable Database 2016

50-State Policy Tracker

State policy around supports for children and families in poverty include: (1) Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) subsidies, (2) family and medical leave, (3) income tax liability, (4) Minimum Wage Standards, (5) Public Health Insurance, (6) Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), (7) State Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit, (8) State Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), (9) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and (10) Unemployment Insurance.

view link by National Center for Children in Poverty