Centering community services around early childhood care and development: Promising practices in indigenous communities in Canada

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Ball, Jessica
Date Issued: 2010
Description: An examination of the relationship between the participation of three groups of Canadian indigenous communities in the First Nations Partnership Program, a bicultural university-accredited diploma program in child and youth care, and the funding, organization, and outreach efforts of locally-based programs that serve those communities' child care and development needs, based on interviews, questionnaires, and group discussions with 76 community members
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Journal Title: Child Health and Education
Volume Number: 2
Issue Number: 2
Page Range: 28-51
Topics: Children & Child Development > Child Characteristics > Race/Ethnicity

International Child Care & Early Education > Single-Country Studies

Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce > Education, Certification, & Credentialing
Country: Canada
ISSN: 1911-7558 Online
Peer Reviewed: yes
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