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Adopting innovation in early childhood education: The Child-Parent Center Program
Reynolds, Arthur J., 2000
Young Children, 55(2), 84-88

An overview of the Chicago Child-Parent Center model, with arguments for the national adoption of a similar program

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Child care and Canadian federalism in the 1990s: Canary in a coal mine
Friendly, Martha, 2000
(Occasional Paper No. 11). Toronto, Ontario, Canada: University of Toronto, Childcare Resource and Research Unit.

An examination of federal and provincial jurisdictional barriers that obstructed the formation of a national child care system for Canada and a discussion of the need for federal leadership involvement in the development of a national child care system

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Child care and community economic development: Critical roles for legal services
Upp, Stephanie, 2000
Clearinghouse Review, 34(1-2), 3-19

An exploration of the potential role of legal services providers in ameliorating the child care crisis for low-income families, and its potential benefit to the community

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Childcare policy in the European states: Limits to convergence
Randall, Vicky, 2000
Journal of European Public Policy, 7(3), 346-368

A discussion of the variations in child care policies between member states of the European Union and barriers to the convergence of child care provision and policies between states

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Child Care, Welfare and Families: The Nexus of Policies, Practices, and Systems
Adams, Gina, 2000
Urban Institute

An examination of the role of welfare policies and practices in shaping child care for low-income families, building on the Urban Institute's New Federalism Project. Key issues include: (1) how child care and welfare systems are organized at State and local levels; (2) the advantages and disadvantages of various approaches; and (3) how overlap and duplication are being addressed.

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OECD country note: Early childhood education and care policy in the United Kingdom
Arneberg, Kristin Bruusgaard, 2000
Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

An analysis of early care and education policies in the United Kingdom

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Pre-k initiatives in five states
Gallagher, James J., December 2000
(NCEDL Spotlights No. 29). Chapel Hill, NC: National Center for Early Development and Learning.

An overview of a study on the implementation of state-funded prekindergarten programs in Georgia, Illinois, New York, South Carolina, and Texas

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Statement of Douglas J. Besharov before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Subcommittee on Children and Families
Besharov, Douglas J., 2000
In Early childhood programs for low-income families: Availability and impact: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Children and Families of the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, United States Senate. 106th Congress, 2nd Sess.

Comments by Douglas J. Besharov on the use of funding to promote quality child care programs, with a proposal for the transformation of the present system of early childhood education from family-oriented to center-based

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