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Building leadership capacity of family home childcare providers
Lanigan, Jane, 2006
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 98(1), 70-74

A summary of the conceptual model, program, strategies, and findings from the evaluation of the Family Home Child Care Capacity Building Project (FHCCBP), designed to develop leadership among child care providers in Washington State

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California program focuses on school readiness
Stanley, M. Sue, 2004
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 96(4), 69

A description of the Readiness and Early Activities for Children from the Heart (REACH), a program designed to encourage the development and retention of center-based child care professionals in Long Beach, California.

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Designing better preschools: Improving communication between designers and child development professionals
Beacham, Cindy V., 2006
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 98(3), 39-43

A focus group-based analysis of methods to help improve communication between designers and child development professionals in order to improve the process of designing child care centers

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Identifying and meeting the school-age child care needs of rural families
Hobbs, Beverly B., 1996
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 88(4), 13-16

A study of rural families’ child care needs for their school-aged children concentrating on the types of child care available, the barriers encountered in arranging child care, and the circumstances that lead them to avail themselves of child care

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Indoor air quality: Day-care issues and operator awareness
LaFollette, Sharron, 2000
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 92(4), 44-47

A study to increase day care operators’ awareness of poor indoor air quality’s potential health hazards for children in Illinois

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Quality childcare top priority in South Dakota
Daniels, Anne Michelle, 2005
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 97(1), 69-70

A description of state programs and policies in South Dakota that support high quality child care for infants, toddlers, and young children

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Teaching and learning at a distance: A case study of essential elements
Anderson, Carol L., 1999
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 91(3), 77-81

An exploration of methods to support effective distance-learning for early childhood educators, based on a case study of over 250 educators who participated in a video conferencing series

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University-community collaboration builds capacity of Head Start professionals
Clark, E. Audrey, 2003
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 95(3), 63-68

A description of a new higher education curriculum designed to improve the quality of Head Start services for Hispanic families through collaboration between Head Start delegate agencies and university faculty

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Using the web to find quality child care
Bristow, Barbara, 2003
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 95(4), 83

An article on a program to increase parental access to child care provider quality information using a website.

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