There’s Not Even Close to Enough Child Care in the United States for All the Families That Need It

In The News Piece in Slate
Jan. 6, 2017

The New America Care Report was cited in Slate:

Most of the conversation surrounding the child care crisis has focused on costs, which are staggering. Research from the think tank New America and released last September found that the average cost of enrolling a child age 4 or younger full-time at a child care center in America is $9,589 per year, which is higher than the average cost of in-state college tuition. As such, many of the solutions to the crisis, from both the right and the left, have focused on reducing these costs, whether through vouchers, tax credits, or rebates.