Single Parents and Child Care Essay by CalDR

Single Parents and Child Care
An examination of the impact and cost of child care on single parents.
# 29554 | 2,240 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Aug 04, 2003 in Sociology (General) , Public Administration (General)

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This paper discusses how as more and more single parents have moved, by necessity or choice, from the home into the workforce, the need for affordable, quality childcare has become a crucial social issue and how there is an enormous impact and cost placed on single parents. It provides an analysis of the existing problems surrounding childcare, as well as local, state and federal recommendations to expand child care for single parents and to improve quality and implications of these changes. It evaluates how quality childcare, educational programs and after-school activities are extremely helpful to single parents and provide creative ways for them to shoulder the responsibility of raising children while working.

Statement of the Problem
Goals and Objectives
Significance of the Problem
Community Involvement
Mobilizing the Media and Officials
Solutions and Policy Recommendations
Benefits to Special Population and People of Color

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