This article explores the theory and implementation behind Child Care Works, Pennsylvania's child care subsidy program. The article then studies and evaluates the policy through three criterion: effectiveness in providing families with low cost but high quality child care, efficiency in how it uses resources dedicated to childcare in the state, and the equitable distribution of access to childcare. Child Care Works has the potential to increase access to childcare and employment in Pennsylvania, but the current budget does not allot enough money to the program for it to be as helpful as it could be.
Martin, Samantha J.
"Does Child Care Works Work? An Exploration of Pennsylvania’s Child Care Subsidy Program,"
The Gettysburg Journal for Public Policy: Vol. 1, Article 5.
Available at: https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/gjpp/vol1/iss1/5