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Building strong rungs to build sturdy ladders: The status of preschool-3rd grade systems in New Jersey
Rice, Cynthia, January, 2007
Newark, NJ: Association for Children of New Jersey.

Findings from a study of New Jersey’s attempts at aligning preschool through third grade education (P-3) to insure continuity for students

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Child Care Collaboration Program evaluation report
Illinois. Department of Human Services. Head Start State Collaboration Office, November 2007
Springfield: Illinois, Department of Human Services.

An evaluation of outcomes, successes, and challenges in the Illinois Child Care Collaboration Program, which facilitates collaboration among child care and other early childhood programs, based on a review of collaboration provider annual reports, administrative data, a survey of program participants, and key informant interviews

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High quality preschools
Iowa. Department of Education, February 06, 2007
Des Moines: Iowa, Department of Education.

An overview of necessary components to the development and maintenance of a high quality prekindergarten program in Iowa

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Protecting the youngest: The role of early care and education in preventing and responding to child maltreatment
Christian, Steve, 2007
Denver, CO: National Conference of State Legislatures.

A discussion of opportunities to integrate and coordinate child abuse prevention efforts with state early care and education laws and policies

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The team around the child: Multi-agency working in the early years
Siraj-Blatchford, Iram, 2007
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom: Trentham Books

A discussion of multi-agency cooperation, policy, and practice related to serving the needs of children in poverty, particularly in Children’s Centres in England


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