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2011 Child Care in the State of: Nebraska

The People1

Number Number Number Number Number Number 18 Number level of of of of of of residents children ages 0 through 4 children ages 0 through 4 living below poverty level children ages 5 through 11 families with children younger than age 18 single-parent headed families with children younger than age Nebraska 1,772,124 130,608 24,106 166,690 215,002 58,347 29,143 U.S. 301,461,533 20,860,344 4,418,482 27,914,577 34,883,550 10,779,688 5,802,201

of families with children younger than age 18, below poverty

Children Under 6 with Parents in the Labor Force1

In two-parent families, both parents in labor force In single-parent families, parent in the labor force Total children younger than age 6 needing child care, as parents work Nebraska 74,480 33,529 108,009 Nebraska 39,222 115,690 37,253 Nebraska $7,930 $6,834 $6,287 $5,661 $5,910 $5,456 $6,590 $72,148 11.0% $22,217 35.7% U.S. 8,971,157 5,856,354 14,827,511 U.S. 5,439,259 15,149,864 6,713,060 U.S. $4,620-$18,773 $3,780-$13,158 $4,620-$11,940 $3,780-$11,475 $1,900-$10,400 $1,805-$9,360 $7,610 $78,245 7.2% to 15.7% $24,244 25.4% to 52.5%

Women in the Labor Force1

With children younger than age 6 Married with children younger than age 18 Single with children younger than age 18

Child Care Costs, Family Incomes2

Average, annual fees paid for full-time center care for an infant Average, annual fees paid for full-time center care for 4-year-old Average, annual fees paid for full-time care for an infant in a family child-care home Average, annual fees paid for full-time care for a 4-year-old in a family child-care home Average, annual fees paid for before- and after-school care for a schoolage child in a center Average, annual fees paid for before- and after-school care for a schoolage child in a family child care home Average, annual tuition and fees paid for 4-year state college3 Median annual family income of married-couple families with children younger than age 184 Cost of full-time care for an infant in a center, as percent of median income for married-couple families with children younger than age 18

Median annual family income of single parent (female headed) families with children younger than age 184

Cost of full-time care for an infant in a center, as percent of median income for single parent (female headed) families with children younger than age 18

1 Unless otherwise noted, statistics in these sections are from the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, 2005-2009 5-year estimates (www.census.gov). 2 Child care costs are reported by state CCR&R networks and state child care administrators. Some states provided rates based on their latest market rate survey. 3 Average price of 2010-2011 tuition and fees for public four-year colleges by state, from the College Board, http://www.trends-collegeboard.com. 4 From the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, 2005-2009 5-year estimates (www.census.gov).

Child Care Fee Assistance5

Number of families served Number of children served Number of child care providers participating Nebraska 7,300 13,000 3,689 Nebraska 887 55 6.2% 2,590 11 0.4% 99,994 73.2% 26.8% U.S. 953,400 1,629,300 596,675 U.S. 118,598 11,493 9.8% 231,556 2,237 1.4% 11,759,490 81.2% 17.7%

Child Care Supply6

Number of centers Number of nationally accredited child care centers Percent of child care centers that are accredited Number of family child care homes Number of nationally accredited family child care homes Percent of family child care homes that are accredited Total number of child care spaces Percent of slots that are in child care centers Percent of slots that are in family child care homes

Workforce and Training7

Number of child care workers Average annual income for full-time, year-round child care provider Number of training sessions held by CCR&R agencies for providers Average number of providers attending per training session Number of on-site technical assistance visits provided by CCR&R agencies to child care programs Number of child care programs receiving on-site technical assistance from CCR&R agencies Nebraska 5,060 $18,150 1,139 28 N/R N/R U.S. 595,650 $20,940 149,746 5 to 132 N/A 508,532

From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, CCDF program data for FFY 2009. Supply and demand data are provided by the State CCR&R Network and are derived from CCR&R data, or by the state child care licensing office. Latest data available is provided; in some cases data is from the previous year where current year's data was not yet available. 7 Workforce data are derived from the 2009 Occupational Employment Statistics survey by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor (http://www.bls.gov/news.release/ocwage.t01.htm), excludes self-employed providers and preschool teachers; Training and on-site technical assistance data are provided by the State CCR&R Network and are derived from CCR&R data.

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Created by: NACCRRA and Nebraska March 2011

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