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633. Regular Child Care Arrangements for Children Under 6 Years Oldby Type of Arrangement: 1995

[In percent, except as indicated (21,421 represents 21,421,000). Estimates are based on children under 6 years old who have yet to enter kindergarten. Based on 14,064 interviews from a sample survey of the civilian, noninstitutional population in households with telephones; see source for details]

               
CHILDREN TYPE OF NONPARENTAL ARRANGEMENT
  No
In In In non-
CHARACTERISTIC Number Percent Total 1 relative nonrelative center- parental
(1,000) distri- care care based arrange-
bution program 2 ment
               
  Total 21,421 100 60 21 18 31 40
 
Age:
  Less than 1 year old 4,158 19 45 24 17 7 55
  1 year old 4,027 19 50 24 19 11 50
  2 years old 4,007 19 54 19 20 19 46
  3 years old 4,126 19 68 21 19 41 32
  4 years old 4,065 19 78 18 15 65 22
  5 years old 1,038 5 84 15 17 75 16
 
Race-ethnicity:
  White, non-Hispanic 13,996 65 62 18 21 33 38
  Black, non-Hispanic 3,344 16 66 31 12 33 34
  Hispanic 2,838 13 46 23 12 17 54
  Other 1,243 6 58 25 13 28 42
 
Mother's educational
attainment: 21,421
  Less than high school 4,205 20 38 20 7 20 62
  High school diploma/GED 4 6,475 30 56 23 15 26 44
  Vocational/technical or
   some college 6,016 28 66 24 19 34 34
  Bachelor's degree 3,069 14 70 15 26 41 30
  Graduate or professional
   degree 1,656 8 79 16 36 45 22
 
Mother's employment status: 3
  35 or more hours per week 7,101 34 88 33 32 39 12
  Less than 35 hours per week 4,034 19 75 30 26 35 25
  Looking for work 1,635 8 42 16 4 25 58
  Not in labor force 8,354 40 32 7 6 22 68
 
Household income:
  Less than $10,001 4,502 21 50 22 10 25 50
  $10,001 to $20,000 2,909 14 54 27 12 24 46
  $20,001 to $30,000 3,385 16 53 22 14 25 47
  $30,001 to $40,000 3,047 14 60 23 20 27 40
  $40,001 to $50,000 2,304 11 63 19 22 32 37
  $50,001 to $75,000 3,063 14 74 20 26 40 26
  $75,001 or more 2,211 10 77 14 30 49 23





1 Columns do not add to total because some children participated in more than one type of nonparental arrangement.
2 Center-based programs include day care centers, head start programs, preschool, prekindergartens, and other early childhood programs.
3 Children without mothers are not included.
4 GED=General equivalency diploma.

Source: U.S. National Center for Education Statistics, Statistics in Brief, October 1995 (NCES 95-824).

http://nces.ed.gov/



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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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