About everyone's child: Winning public support for early learning

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Lawrence, Jr., David;
Date Issued: 2011
Publisher(s): Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Description: Accounts of the political strategies used by the movement for public early education in the Miami, Florida area during county funding referenda in 1998, 2002, and 2008
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Editor(s): Zigler, Edward F.; Gilliam, Walter S.; Barnett, W. Steven
Source: In E.F. Zigler, W.S. Gilliam, & W.S. Barnett (Eds.), The pre-k debates: Current controversies and issues (pp. 39-42). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes
Topics: Financing & Funding > Funding Sources > Public Funding
ISBN: 1598571834 : Paperback , 978-1598571837  : Paperback
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