Child Care Subsidy: Child Care Subsidy Policy Changes

In November 2014 the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG), the main federal funding source for the Child Care Subsidy Program, was reauthorized by Congress for the first time since 1996 and represents a historic re-envisioning of the child care program. The new law makes important changes to the block grant by better balancing the dual purposes of the child care program – to promote families’ economic self-sufficiency by making child care more affordable, and fostering healthy child development and school success by encouraging continuity of care and stability in high quality settings.  For more information on how the new law impacts the Child Care Subsidy program, please view the “10/01/16 Policy Changes” training articles on the Child Care Subsidy page.

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