Patterns of Child Care Use for Preschoolers in Los Angeles by Laura Chyu

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None of the other variables are significantly associated with full-time vs. part-time care. Summary. We examined the use of part-time and full-time child care. We defined full-time child care as 30 hours or more per week. FANS, 43 percent received part-time child care and 57 percent received full-time child care. Again, there are large variations in the amount of child care by the child’s age. In this case, however, it is children under age 1 who are most likely to receive full-time child care.

On the other hand, child care centers used by the highest-income group have higher child-adult ratios than those used by the lowest-income group. Our multivariate results show that younger children and those in higher-income families are more likely to have low child-adult ratios. Holding other factors constant, we found that child-adult ratios are highest for center care and lowest for non-relative care. The cost of child care is significantly related to child-adult ratios, but the association is not as strong or consistent as might have been expected.

17 Specifically, we contrast the use of relative care and non-relative care with the use of center-based care (which is the reference or omitted category). 18 RRRs show the relative risk that a child with a given characteristic will be in either relative care or non-relative care instead of center care. Only children who received some non-parental care are included in this analysis. The results show that that the SPA in which a family lives is statistically significantly associated with child care type.

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