Megan McCue2023-01-19T10:08:21-05:00January 19th, 2023|Comments Off on Literature Review & Policy Menu: How Can the Government Improve New Jersey Families’ Access to Childcare?
By Jocelyn Fischer and Debra Lancaster.
Childcare is unaffordable for many families. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services deems affordable childcare costs as those that are no more than 7 percent of families’ incomes [...]
Megan McCue2022-12-08T08:00:21-05:00December 8th, 2022|Comments Off on Data Brief Release: A Supply-Demand Model Informs Childcare Market Deficits in New Jersey: Estimates Point to Need for More Data
By Sarah F. Small and Debra Lancaster.
Failing childcare markets have been detrimental to the US economy in recent years. We have examined the childcare crisis in New Jersey from both the supply side and the demand side [...]
Megan McCue2022-11-10T07:52:40-05:00November 10th, 2022|Comments Off on Supporting Childcare Capacity: A Policy Menu for New Jersey
By Sarah F. Small, Jocelyn Fischer, Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, and Debra Lancaster.
With New Jersey facing childcare shortages, policymakers are wondering how we can improve the supply of childcare services [...]
Karyn Olsen2022-10-21T19:47:19-04:00August 24th, 2022|Comments Off on New Jersey’s Changing Population and Childcare Needs
by Sarah F. Small and Debra Lancaster Like many parents in the United States, New Jersey parents have faced some formidable obstacles finding accessible quality childcare. This is particularly true given changes in the childcare [...]
Tamara Swedberg2022-10-21T19:48:53-04:00July 18th, 2022|Comments Off on New Jersey’s Childcare Landscape During COVID-19: A Slow and Uneven Recovery
by Sarah Small and Debra Lancaster Many New Jersey parents felt the sting of reduced childcare access during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, the childcare landscape has not made a recovery that meets [...]
Tamara Swedberg2022-10-21T19:53:15-04:00May 19th, 2022|Comments Off on Pandemic’s Impact on Women in NJ: Domestic Violence, Access to Healthcare and Housing
By Sarah Small and Debra Lancaster With so much economic precarity brought on by the pandemic, many women in New Jersey have been confronted with issues of homelessness and inaccessible healthcare. According to the US [...]