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Working Paper Number SEHSD-WP2019-11
Kathryn Shantz
Component ID: #ti1170839309

Policy leaders look to quality data and statistics to help inform and guide programmatic decisions. As a result, assessing the quality and validity of major household surveys in capturing accurate information is essential. One method for evaluating survey quality is to compare self-reported information in surveys to administrative records. Using federal administrative records from the Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) program, we can examine how self-reported child care expenses in the Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASEC) compare to reported copayments for families participating in CCDF. In this paper, we are interested in how closely self-reported child care expenses in the CPS ASEC align with CCDF administrative records for families receiving subsidized child care.

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