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Erica Ybarra published Fresno County Childcare Subsidy Pilot (AB 258) in Blog 2017-07-23 21:03:33 -0700
The Fresno County Childcare Subsidy Pilot (or AB 258) would authorize Fresno County to develop and implement an individualized county child care subsidy plan. Like similar pilot projects before, AB 258 would give Fresno County limited local flexibility to maximize allocated funding and efficiently use child care subsidy funds in order to meet local conditions.
Without taking funds from other counties, or increasing state costs, the Pilot will permit waivers of specific state rules:
1) family eligibility criteria,Read more
2) family fees,
3) reimbursement rates,
4) and methods of maximizing the efficient use of subsidy funds.