Early and School-Age Care in Santa Monica: Current System, Policy Options, and Recommendations

By Ashley Pierson; Lynn A. Karoly et al. | Go to book overview
Table of Contents
Prefaceiii
Figuresvii
Tablesix
Boxesxi
Summaryxiii
Study Framework and Approachxiv
Context for ESAC in Santa Monicaxv
Key Issues in ESAC in Santa Monicaxvi
Strategies Drawn from Research and Other Communitiesxx
Policy Options and Recommendationsxxii
Acknowledgementsxxix
Abbreviationsxxxi
1.Introduction1
Study Framework and Approach3
Report Structure6
2.Demographics of Santa Monica Families7
Population Profile7
Population of Children and Public-School Children8
3.ESAC Funding Streams and Policy Environment13
Funding Sources for Direct Care Provision or Vouchers13
Child Care Subsidies Through the Tax Code18
Policy Environment Regarding Funding Streams20
Implications for Santa Monica24
4.Landscape of ESAC Providers in Santa Monica25
ECE Providers in Santa Monica25
OST Providers in Santa Monica33
Summary of ESAC Inventory in Santa Monica37
5.Parents’ Experience with ESAC in Santa Monica39
Parent ESAC Survey40
Parent Survey Regarding Summer OST50
Parent Focus Groups53
Summary of Parents’ Experiences with ESAC57
6.Perspectives from Providers and Other Stakeholders59
Interview Participants, Topics, and Procedures59
Access and Participation61

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