Undervalued – A Brief History of Women’s Care Work and Child Care Policy in the United States

The National Women’s Law Center has published a report which provides a brief overview of the state of child care in the United States. The brief discusses which public policy decisions have been helpful towards child care as a service, which ones have been hurtful, and identifies the policy solutions that are needed to move toward a system that works for both families and child care providers.

Published in 2017 and authored by Julie Vogtman.

To read the report in full, click here.

About the org: THE NATIONAL WOMEN’S LAW CENTER (NWLC) is a non-profit organization working to expand the possibilities for women and their families by removing barriers based on gender, opening opportunities, and helping women and their families lead economically secure, healthy, and fulfilled lives—with a special focus on the needs of low-income women and their families.

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