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Assessing the local need for family and child care services: A small area utilization analysis
Percy, Andrew, 2000
Child Welfare, 79(5), 535-553

A study to identify a set of needs indicators to guide resource allocation of family and child care services, by examining the relationship between the costs of services and socioeconomic characteristics in 498 small areas in Northern Ireland

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Child day care in the schools: The school of the 21st century
Zigler, Edward F., 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1301-1326

An overview of Schools of the 21st Century, comprehensive school-based, school-linked programs for children from birth to age 12

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Child day care in welfare reform: Are we targeting too narrowly?
Meyers, Marcia K., 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1071-1080

A study of whether California participants in the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program are encountering reduced access to public child care subsidies because of public policy decisions to narrow and restrict eligibility; the data was collected through analysis of survey results from subsamples drawn from a random sample of 15,000 cases stratified over four counties

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Child day care: A key building block of family support and family preservation programs
Roditti, Martha G., 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1043-1068

An exploration of the role of child care programs within the structure of family preservation and family support services

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Collaborative models of service integration
Morgan, Gwen, 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1329-1342

A discussion of collaborative integration strategies among clients, programs, policy makers and providers for child care policy aimed at children from birth to age five

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Factors related to the recruitment, training, and retention of family child care providers
Mueller, Charles W., 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1205-1221

An study of the factors associated with recruitment, training, and retention of child care providers in two rural communities through the use of a multifaceted program evaluation strategy, with data collected over a two-year period through various types of interviews with a sample population of 125 FCC program recruits and participants

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Family child care and new immigrants: Cultural bridge and support
Schnur, Elizabeth, 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1237-1248

An overview of a United States program designed to adapt immigrant parents from the former Soviet Union to American culture and work environments, and the role that child care plays in their acculturation

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Family empowerment: One outcome of cooperative preschool education
Dunlap, Katherine M., 1997
Child Welfare, 76(4), 501-518

A review of a naturalistic study examining a cooperative preschool program's effect on parents as well as young children, focusing on family empowerment as one specific outcome of program participation

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Family preservation and support services: A missed opportunity for kinship care
Danzy, Julia, 1997
Child Welfare, 76(1), 31-44

A review of the historical significance of kinship care and family preservation programs in African American families

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The importance of curriculum in achieving quality child day care programs
Dodge, Diane T., 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1171-1188

A description of the importance of a well-defined curriculum based on child development theory for early childhood educators planning a program that meets professional standards

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Innovations in toddler day care and family support services: An international overview
Kamerman, Sheila B., 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1281-1300

An overview of European universal child care systems

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Miles to go...the policy context of child care in Canada
Friendly, Martha, 1995
Child Welfare, 74(3), 503-524

An analysis of child care policy in Canada in terms of the goals of alleviating poverty, fostering equality for women, providing early care and education services, and promoting economic well-being.

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Moving from welfare to work: A snapshot survey of Illinois families
Smith, Elizabeth C., 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1091-1106

An analysis of the difficulties facing families leaving the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) program

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Predictors of parent and provider satisfaction with child day care dimensions: A comparison of center-based and family child day care
Britner, Preston A., 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1135-1168

A comparative study of the predictors of parent and provider satisfaction with center-based or family based full-time child care arrangements

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Providing quality child day care in a comprehensive program for disadvantaged young mothers and their children
Fink, Barbara, 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1109-1134

A study of New Chance’s center-based child care quality and the impact of welfare reform; the nationwide program serves disadvantaged teenage mothers on welfare and their children and the quality measurement data was collected from surveys of center directors and from researchers’ observation-based ratings of 11 centers in six states

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School-based early intervention and child well-being in the Chicago Longitudinal Study
Reynolds, Arthur J., 2003
Child Welfare, 82(5), 633-656

A longitudinal study of the effect of Chicago Child-Parent Centers (CPC) on the well-being of children, based on a sample of 1,539 low-income children participating in the Chicago Longitudinal Study (CLS)

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Understanding caregiving patterns, motivations, and resource needs of subsidized family, friend, and neighbor child care providers
Liu, Meirong, May/June 2010
Child Welfare, 89(3), 99-119

A descriptive study of the economic characteristics, caregiving experiences, motivations for caregiving, and licensing, training, and resource needs of subsidized family, friend, and neighbor child care providers, based on a survey of 301 randomly selected Illinois providers

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Understanding communities of neglectful parents: Child caregiving networks and child neglect
Roditti, Martha G., 2005
Child Welfare, 84(2), 277-298

A descriptive study examining the characteristics of social support networks and child care arrangements of neglectful parents

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Utilizing a statewide training system to improve child day care quality
Fiene, Richard, 1995
Child Welfare, 74(6), 1189-1201

An overview of Pennsylvania's comprehensive child care provider training system and an immunization initiative by Pennsylvania’s chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics to increase immunizations status among children

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