Guide presents different aspects of this complex issue, including quality of care and affordability for working parents.
Linn-Benton Community College presents its research on childcare. Find reports and newsletters in PDF format.
July 1999 article challenges the allegation that working mothers spend more on childcare, commuting, and food than they earn on the job.
Working mother reflects on the benefits her young daughter gets from her childcare providers, from health care to socialization.
Critique of the National Inst. of Child Health and Human Dev. study on childcare and aggression, lead by Belsky, questions its research methods.
Read commentary on findings that kids in day care may be more aggressive. The author condemns the study for vagueness and not offering solutions.
Columnist Ellen Goodman claims that studies on childcare do working mothers more harm than good in this April 2001 piece.
Table lists recent findings related to daycare from the US Department of Health and Human Services. Find study summaries and research contacts.
Research group looks at the effects of day care on child development, then makes appropriate social policy recommendations.