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Child care policy
Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, 1997
Early Developments, 1(3)

An exploration of child care policy at the national, state, and local levels, focusing on the role of Early Childhood Research Policy Briefs, produced by the National Center for Early Development & Learning (NCEDL), and the ways policymakers and administrators function as NCEDL advisors

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Head Start research: Informing quality practices and policy construction
Zigler, Edward F., 1997
NHSA Research Quarterly, 1(4), 193-202

The keynote address from Head Start's third National Research Conference: Partnership among researchers, practitioners and policymakers

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Highlights of national and state initiatives for young children
National Governors' Association. Center for Best Practices, 1997
Washington, DC: National Governors' Association, Center for Best Practices.

A review of national and state programs and initiatives that provide early childhood services to families with young children

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The new child care block grant: State funding choices and their implications
Long, Sharon K., 1997
(New Federalism: Issues and Options for States, Series A, No. A-12). Washington, DC: Urban Institute.

A discussion of states’ usage of the Child Care Block Grant (CCBG) after the 1996 welfare reform and the implication of such changes in spending on welfare programs

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Review of early childhood policy and programs in Sub-Saharan Africa
Colletta, Nat J., July 1997
(Report No. WTP367). Washington, DC: World Bank.

An examination of early childhood programs and policies that promote early child development under systems of traditional family and community support in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Sponsored places: The use of independent day-care services to support children in need
Cameron, Claire, 1997
The British Journal of Social Work, 27(1), 85-100

A discussion of the organizational implications of subsidized child care for children and child care providers in England after implementation of The Children Act of 1989

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Using research to improve child care for low-income families
Chung, An-Me, 1997

A presentation promoting the use of research to help child care administrators guide the development of comprehensive, statewide child care delivery systems, focusing on child care costs, demand and supply, quality, and as an investment

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