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Child care policy, African Americans, and moral dilemmas
Washington, Valora, 1991
The Journal of Negro Education, 60(3), 388-398

A review of the child care issues and moral dilemmas facing African American

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Children and child care
Edelman, Marian W., 1989
The Journal of Negro Education, 58(3), 288-296

A presentation on the benefits of preventative investment in impoverished American children

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A critical analysis of the assessment of the effects of Head Start on minority children
Cole, O. Jackson, 1986
The Journal of Negro Education, 55(1), 91-106

An evaluation of the Head Start Programís effectiveness in serving minority children and their families based on the review of past literature and research on Head Start and data analysis of several national surveys, particularly the 1969 Westinghouse Head Start evaluation

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The day care program for children in Hartford, Connecticut
Winston, Ethna B., 1946
The Journal of Negro Education, 15(2), 257-261

A study of a project in Hartford, Connecticut designed to keep children from delinquency by means of child care and recreational supervision

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An evaluation of a Head Start program in a low population area
Lessler, Ken, 1969
The Journal of Negro Education, 38(1), 46-54

An evaluation comparing achievement differences between African American and white students in a Head Start program

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Extended positive effects of a comprehensive Head Start-Follow Through program sequence on academic performance of rural disadvantaged students
Borden, Juliet P., 1975
The Journal of Negro Education, 44(2), 149-160

A study of the Head Start programís effects on disadvantaged rural students development compared with non-Head Start rural students, based on results from the analysis of variance studies in testing of 144 children in Mississippi enrolled in Head Start I and Head Start II programs, and a non-Head Start control group

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Head Start: A brief review and preview
Murphy, Clennie H., 1989
The Journal of Negro Education, 58(1), 1-4

A discussion about the original intent and implementation of the Head Start program, its value to both children and parents, and suggestions for future improvements or direction

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Maternal attitude change associated with involvement in Project Head Start
Clarizio, Harvey F., 1968
The Journal of Negro Education, 37(2), 106-113

A study on the effects of change in attitudes of mothers of preschool aged children toward Project Head Start after receiving education about the effects the program may have on the achievement of their children

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Performance of Head Start and non-Head Start participants at first grade
Cawley, John F., 1970
The Journal of Negro Education, 39(2), 124-131

A 1970 study of the Head Start programís impact on school performance and a comparison of program participants to non-participants, based on a review of past research and the observation and measurement of three sample populations of first grade children, two Head Start samples and a non-Head Start control group

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Preschool education for Black South African children: A descriptive study of 32 Educare centers
Stevens, Floraline I., 1997
The Journal of Negro Education, 66(4), 396-408

An evaluation of the implementation of USAIDS-funded early childhood education (ECE) training in Educare centers in urban areas, townships and rural homelands of South Africa

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The relationship between Head Start parental involvement and the economic and social self-sufficiency of Head Start families
Oyemade, Ura Jean, 1989
The Journal of Negro Education, 58(1), 5-15

A study of the relationship between the parental involvement component of the Head Start program and the economic and social self-sufficiency of Head Start families and their children

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Revelations, responses, refinement--an overview of the research pertaining to the young child, 1960-79
Clark, Vernon L., 1979
The Journal of Negro Education, 48(3), 288-305

A discussion of selected research on child care philosophy and program design, particularly Head Start, from 1960 to 1979

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[Review of the book Designing early literacy programs: Strategies for at-risk preschool and kindergarten children]
Bauer, Eurydice B. (Eurydice Bouchereau), 2004
The Journal of Negro Education, 73(4), 464-465

A framework for developing and implementing an effective early literacy program, emphasizing preventing reading difficulties and classroom activities designed to help young children learn print and alphabet concepts

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[Review of the book Past caring: A history of U.S. preschool care and education for the poor, 1820-1965]
Lee, Marjorie W., 1990
The Journal of Negro Education, 59(4), 627-629

A review of a historical account of the two-tiered early childhood care and education system in the United States from 1820 to 1965, with documentation of the consequences inherent in substandard urban living, poverty, and the devaluation of minority group citizens

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A review of evaluations of project Head Start
Grimmett, Sadie, 1989
The Journal of Negro Education, 58(1), 30-38

An account of research and public policy surrounding the Head Start program from its inception in 1965 through its operation in the 1980's, particularly the impact of the program within disadvantaged communities

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Studying the role of family and school in the development of African American preschoolers in violent neighborhoods
Randolph, Suzanne M., 1996
The Journal of Negro Education, 65(3), 282-294

A discussion of the relationship between family, community violence and school in the development of African-American preschool aged children

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The Syphax child care center
Harper, Frederick D., 1985
The Journal of Negro Education, 54(3), 438-450

Findings from a descriptive case study of the Syphax Child Care Center, a private preschool serving African American and other minority children in Virginia

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Who gets involved?: Head Start mothers as persons
Slaughter-Defoe, Diana, 1989
The Journal of Negro Education, 58(1), 16-29

A study of the characteristics of mothers and maternal involvement in Head Start

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