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Excerpt from press release:
Nearly three decades after first sounding the alarm about a nationwide child care crisis, the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) has issued a report showing that, for millions of American families, the lack of affordable, quality child care remains a pervasive problem.
NCJW’s "Opening a new window on child care", a progress report and syntheses of recent research, reveals significant obstacles faced by working parents at all income levels.
... "Opening a new window on child care" takes a critical second look at many of the key issues highlighted in the NCJW’s groundbreaking 1972 report, "Windows on day care". In the context of a vastly different economy, in which two-income families have become the norm, "Opening a new window" documents that the system is fighting a losing battle to meet rising needs.