Estimates how much the federal government spends on children under age three, on which programs and purposes, and in what form. Compares findings with research on the most effective investments, including Early Head Start and childcare assistance.
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Title: Federal Expenditures on Infants and Toddlers in 2007
Publication date 2009-04-30
Publication Year 2009
North America / United States
, federal expenditures
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