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Afterschool programs: Keeping kids--and communities--safe
Afterschool Alliance, April, 2007
(Issue Brief No. 27). Washington, DC: Afterschool Alliance.

A discussion of the use of after school programs in decreasing youth violence and other illicit activities in the after school hours from 3 to 6 pm

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Economic impact report of child care in Santa Cruz County: Update 2007
ChildCare Ventures, 2007
Santa Cruz County, CA: Childcare Ventures.

An overview of the licensed child care industry’s contributions to the economy of Santa Cruz County, California

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High quality early education: A way out of the prison and foster care crises in Iowa
Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, 2007
Washington, DC: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids.

An overview of the large prison and foster care population in Iowa, discussing the long term benefits of investing in quality early child care to insure children's future success and reduce future crime rates

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Invest Early early childhood initiative: Year one evaluation
Wilder Research Center, February 2007
St. Paul, MN: Wilder Research Center.

A presentation of prominent results after one year of a longitudinal and cost-benefit evaluation of the efficacy of the Invest Early collaborative initiative, a comprehensive model family support project of the Blandin Foundation for young children and families in Itasca County, Minnesota, who qualify based on a combination of risk factors and income

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