- A significant decline – from five years to just two years – in the amount of time a parent can receive CalWORKs cash assistance and participate in the full array of welfare-to-work activities.
- Reductions to the CalWORKs grant, which mean that families now lose cash assistance well before their incomes reach the federal poverty line.
- A decrease by one-third in funding for the childcare budget. This $900 million decrease in annual funding has resulted in a loss of 110,000 childcare slots.
- A steep decline in women's enrollment in California's community colleges, which provide education that leads to employment or a four-year degree.
Declining Employment For Women And Deep Budget Cuts Block Pathways To Economic Recovery For Women -- And California
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