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A framework for choosing a state-level early childhood governance system
Regenstein, Elliot M., May, 2013
Boston: Build Initiative.

An examination and analysis of approaches to state-level early childhood system governance, based on interviews with key informants inside and outside of government in several states

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State early childhood advisory councils: An overview of implementation across the states
National Governors' Association. Center for Best Practices, 2011
Washington, DC: National Governors' Association, Center for Best Practices.

An examination of developments and variation among state early childhood advisory councils, based on a review of state applications for grants provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), as well as updates provided by council leadership

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State efforts to meet the early childhood transition requirements of IDEA
Muller, Eve, April, 2009
Alexandria, VA: Project FORUM at NASDSE.

An examination of early childhood transition policies and their adherence to guidelines set by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), based on information on interagency structure, agreements, and communication in six states

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The transfer of child care worker and compensation policy across states: The T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Model
Kerlin, Janelle, 2003
Washington, DC: Urban Institute.

A report on the process by which a child care worker compensation and education program was transferred from one state to another

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