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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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Framing early childhood development: Strategic communications and public preferences
Gilliam, Jr., Franklin D., 2004
(Building State Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Series No. 7). Los Angeles: University of California, Los Angeles, National Center for Infant and Early Childhood Health Policy.

An examination of approaches to conveying organizational information, and the role of communications methods in early childhood program planning, implementation, and management

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Head Start, ECEAP & Early Achievers: Pilot project report and reciprocity plan
Washington (State). Department of Early Learning, July, 2013
Olympia: Washington State, Department of Early Learning.

An overview of and findings from a pilot in Washington State to support and coordinate Head Start and Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) participation in Early Achievers, the state child care quality rating and improvement system

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Perspectives on early childhood systems: Highlights from interviews of key stakeholders in Washington State
Organizational Research Services, January 2009
Cross Lanes, WV: Build Initiative.

An exploration of key stakeholders’ perspectives on early childhood systems building, including the Build Initiative and the Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Initiative (ECCS) in Washington State, based on interviews with 12 stakeholders on their roles and the perceived strengths and opportunities facing the state in future systems building efforts

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Process evaluation report: MOST out-of-school time program/school linkages
Heliotrope, 2002
Seattle, WA: School's Out Washington

A study of the planning process for a project to increase linkages between schools and out-of-school time programs, based on interviews with members of the project team

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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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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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Washington State Child Care Career and Wage Ladder (CWL): Post CWL evaluation report
Washington (State). Department of Social and Health Services, 2005
Olympia: Washington State, Department of Social and Health Services.

An exploration of the status of the early childhood workforce in the wake of the end of the Washington State Child Care Career and Wage Ladder Pilot Program, based on information gathered through surveys, telephone interviews, and observations of 137 centers in Washington State

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