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Afterschool keeps kids safe
Afterschool Alliance, 2002
(Afterschool Alert Issue Brief No. 7). Washington, DC: Afterschool Alliance.

An issue brief that discusses why participation in after school programs reduces a child's chance of using drugs and committing or becoming a victim of juvenile crime

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Fill the gap: Child care supports workers and employers
Cornell University. Department of City and Regional Planning, 2002
Ithaca, NY: Day Care and Child Development Council of Tompkins County.

Statistics on the economic and workforce impact of child care subsidies in Tompkins County, Oregon

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How does high quality child care benefit business and the local economy?
Brown, Jen, 2002
Seattle, WA: Economic Opportunity Institute.

A fact sheet on how high quality child care impacts economic productivity and child development

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The link between early childhood education and health
Brown, Jen, 2002
Seattle, WA: Economic Opportunity Institute.

An overview of the benefits of a focus on prevention and protective factors in early childhood education

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The link between early childhood education and violence and crime reduction
Brown, Jen, 2002
Seattle, WA: Economic Opportunity Institute.

A brief account of research findings that demonstrate a positive relationship between high quality early learning and care with violence and crime prevention

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The link between early learning and care and school readiness
Brown, Jen, 2002
Seattle, WA: Economic Opportunity Institute.

A brief account of research findings demonstrating the positive relationship between quality early care and education with school readiness, healthy child development, and long term academic success

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New visions for welfare policy: Child care subsidies promote economic development
Cornell University. Department of City and Regional Planning, 2002
Ithaca, NY: Day Care and Child Development Council of Tompkins County.

Statistics on the economic and workforce impact of child care subsidies in Tompkins County, Oregon

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Unsupervised and unsafe: After-school and youth development programs
PA Partnerships for Children, 2002
Harrisburg, PA: PA Partnerships for Children.

A review of the effects of quality safety and adult supervision for children enrolled in after-school and youth development programs in Pennsylvania

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