Title Child care package evaluation [electronic resource] : final report / J. Rob Bray, Jennifer Baxter, Kelly Hand, Matthew Gray, Megan Carroll, Richard Webster, Ben Phillips, Mikayla Budinski, Diana Warren, Ilan Katz and Anna Jones.
Imprint South Bank, Vic : Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2021.©2021
Author Bray, J. Rob. author.
Baxter, Jennifer. author.
Hand, Kelly. author.
Gray, Matthew. author.
Carroll, Megan. author.
Webster, Richard. author.
Phillips , Ben . author .
Budinski, Mikayla. author.
Warren, Diana. author.
Katz, Ilan. author.
Jones, Anna. author.
Australian Institute of Family Studies. issuing body.
Date 01-01-2021
Physical description 1 online resource (xxiv, 361 pages).
online resource
Series Research report
Research report (Australian Institute of Family Studies) ; 2021.
Item WEB (Copy 1) INTRANET 1329076-1001 ONLINE
URL Available from internal network: https://err.parl.net/client/en_GB/search/asset/89813/0
Major subject Child day care
Child care benefit
Notes "August 2021"
Cover title.
"The Australian Institute of Family Studies, ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods, UNSW Social Policy Research Centre and the ANU Social Research Centre were commissioned by the Department of Education, Skills and Employment ('the Department') to undertake an evaluation of the new Child Care Package ('the Package'). The evaluation commenced in December 2017 prior to the introduction of the Package in July 2018"--Page iv.
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 9781760162306
Abstract "In July 2018 the Australian Government introduced the 'Child Care Package' as a significant reform to child care provision and funding. It involved a major restructuring of subsidies and a range of other measures, and significant additional government expenditure. The core objectives of the Package are to support families to be able to access quality early learning, enable and encourage greater workforce participation and simplify child care payments, and targeting assistance to low and middle income families. Its goal was for child care to be ‘simpler, more affordable, more accessible and more flexible’. The new Child Care Package has 2 key elements: Child Care Subsidy (CCS)... and Community Child Care Fund (CCCF)..."--Executive summary, page iv.
LCN 1329076
Item ID 1329076-1001
Database Library Catalogue