Reports & Publications

 

Weinraub, M., Stull, J., & Harmon, M. (2011). After child care subsidies post TANF: Implications for child school readiness. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University. Family and Children’s Policy Collaborative.

Shlay, A. B., Weinraub, M., & Harmon, M. (2010). Child care subsidies post TANF: Child care subsidy use by African American, White and Hispanic TANF-leavers. Children and Youth Services Review. 32. 1711-1718.

Shlay, A. B. & Weinraub, M. (2008). The catch-22 of welfare to work. Miller McCune, 1 (4), 34-37.

Harmon, M., Weinraub, M., & McGill, R.  (2008). Engaging early readers through the One Book, Every Young Child Program: An evaluation of the second year.  Philadelphia, PA.: Temple University, Family and Children's Policy Collaborative.

Shlay, A. B., Weinraub, M., & Harmon, M. (2007). Leaving welfare for employment: The role of child care subsidies for White, Hispanic and African American families. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, Family and Children's Policy Collaborative.

Shlay, A. B., Weinraub, M., & Harmon, M. (2007). Racial and ethnic differences in welfare leavers' child care preferences: A Factorial Survey analyses. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, Family and Children's Policy Collaborative.

Harmon, M. & Weinraub, M. (2006). Getting a jumpstart on literacy: A pilot evaluation of the One Book, Every Young Child program. Philadelphia, PA.: Temple University, Family and Children's Policy Collaborative.

Weinraub, M., Armando, T., & Shlay, M. (2006). Building better child care: An evaluation of the Pennsylvania Child Care Challenge Grant program. Philadelphia, PA.: Temple University, Family and Children's Policy Collaborative.

Weinraub, M., Shlay, A. B. & Harmon, M. (Eds.) Early childhood education: Universal Pre-K and other alternatives. Speaker of the House Legislative Volume on the Future of Education. (published June 2006). Book published as part of an Education Series by Speaker of the Pennsylvania House, John Perzel.

Weinraub, M., Shlay, A. B., Harmon, M., & Tran, H. (2005). Subsidizing child care: How child care subsidies affect the child care used by low-income African American families. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 20, 373-392.

Shlay, A. B., Weinraub, M., Tran, H., & Harmon, M. (2005).  Teasing apart the child care conundrum: A factorial survey analysis of perceptions of child care quality, fair market price and willingness to pay by low-income, African American parentsEarly Childhood Research Quarterly, 20, 393-416.

Shlay, A. B., Weinraub, M., Harmon, M., & Tran, H. (2004). Barriers to subsidies: Reasons why low-income families do not use child care subsidies. Social Science Research, (33) 1, 134-157.

Shlay, A. B., Weinraub, M., Tran, H. & Harmon, M. (2004). How low-income, African American mothers evaluate child care arrangements: A factorial survey of parent preferences, willingness to Pay and Fair Price. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, Center for Public Policy.

Shlay, A. B., Weinraub, M., Harmon, M., & Tran, H. (2002). Barriers to child care subsidies: The influence of family characteristics on child care subsidies: Progress report #2. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, Center for Public Policy.

Shlay, A. B., Jaeger, E., Murphy, P., Shaw, K., Gottesman, L. & Weinraub, M.  (2001). Making a case for child care: An evaluation of a Pennsylvania-Based intervention called Child Care Matters. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, Center for Public Policy.

 

Presentations

 

Weinraub, M., Stull, J., Harmon, M. (2011). Subsidized children’s preschool experiences: A longitudinal analysis.  Poster session presented at the Biennial Meetings of the Society for Research in Child Development in Montreal, Canada. (March).

Weinraub, M. (2008, August).  Using Factorial Survey analysis to examine parents’ child care preferences. In The role of information in child care decision making: A conceptual model. Workshop conducted at the annual meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium (CCPRC), Washington, DC. 

Shlay, A., Weinraub, M., Harmon, M. (2007, November). Leaving welfare for employment: The Role of Child Care Subsidies for White, Hispanic and African American Families. Presented at the 29th Annual Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) Research Conference, Washington, DC.

Weinraub, M., Harmon, M., Shlay, A.B. & Tran, H. (2004, July).  Helping families with child care costs: Do subsidies affect the child care of low-income African American families? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium (CCPRC), Washington, DC.

Shlay, A.B., Weinraub, M., Harmon, M. & Tran, H. (2003, August). Barriers to subsidies: Reasons why low-income families do not use child care subsidies. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Boston, MA.

Shlay, A.B., Tran, H. & Weinraub, M. (2003, April). Theme 1: Child Care Subsidies Policies, Financing Strategies & Infrastructure Issues. Presented at the annual meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium, Washington, DC.

Harmon, M., Tran, H., Weinraub, M. & Shlay, A.B. (2003, April). Barriers to Subsidies: Reasons low income families do not use child care subsidies. Poster presented at the biannual meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development, Washington, DC.

Shlay, A.B., Weinraub, M., Tran, H. & harmon, M. (2003, April). A Factorial Survey analysis of parental preferences, fair market value and willingness to pay. Presented at the annual meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consorium, Washington, DC.