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Restoring Funds for Child Care

Impact - May 2011

Restoring Funds for Child Care

Last week, Mayor Bloomberg announced that he was restoring $40 million in proposed cuts to child care programs. The Mayor's action comes on the heels of our February 2011 policy brief Subsidizing Care, Supporting Work.

Data from Behind the Curb

Data - February 2011

Data from Behind the Curb

Selected charts and graphs from the Center for an Urban Future's major February 2011 report which found that a disproportionate share of the city's recent job growth, transit ridership gains and population growth have occurred in the four boroughs outside of Manhattan. However, transit service in the boroughs has not kept pace-and the biggest losers have been the city's working poor.

Data from Subsidizing Care, Supporting Work

Data - January 2011

Data from Subsidizing Care, Supporting Work

Selected charts and graphs from the Center for an Urban Future's January 2011 report which found that the supply of subsidized child care in NYC has slipped in recent years even as affordable child care has become increasingly critical for low-income parents to get and hold jobs or complete a postsecondary degree.

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