A cost analysis of Part C early intervention services in New Jersey

Author(s): Tarr, Julie E.; Barnett, W. Steven;
Date Issued: 2001
Publisher(s): Council for Exceptional Children. Division for Early Childhood
Description: An investigation of characteristics of early intervention programs (EIPs) determining the costs of providing such programs, based on a sample of all 44 EIPs in New Jersey
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Journal Title: Journal of Early Intervention
Volume Number: 24
Issue Number: 1
Page Range: 45-54
Topics: Children & Child Development > Children with Special Needs & Special Child Populations > Children with Special Needs

Child Care & Early Education Market > Cost Of Providing Services

Programs, Interventions & Curricula > Programs > Early Intervention/Protective/Therapeutic/At-Risk Programs
Country: United States
States: NEW JERSEY
ISSN: 1053-8151 Paper
2154-3992 Online
Peer Reviewed: yes
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