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Pub Year:1999 ;
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Committee meeting of Joint Committee on the Public Schools, Abbott Subcommittee: Early childhood education
New Jersey. Legislature. Joint Committee on the Public Schools. Abbott Subcommittee, 1999
Trenton, NJ: The Abbott Subcommittee.
A transcription of a committee meeting containing suggestions for the future of Early Childhood Education funding for the Abbott districts in New Jersey
The effects of Head Start's quality-improvement funding
Powell, C. Gregg, 1999
NHSA Dialog, 2(1), 20-30
A longitudinal investigation into the correlation between the receipt of funding to improve quality of Head Start programs, based on information from Program Information Reports (PIRs) from 1,182 programs that received quality improvement funding from 1990 to 1995
Reports & Papers
Investing in teachers' professional development
National-Louis University. Center for Early Childhood Leadership, Spring 1999
Wheeling, IL: National Louis University, Center for Early Childhood Leadership.
A comparison of budget allocations for professional development among elementary schools, Head Start sites, nonprofit child care centers, and for-profit child care centers, based on a sample of 150 early childhood programs in Illinois
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Welfare reform under PRWORA: Aid to children with working families?
Loprest, Pamela, 1999
(Wellesley College Working Paper 99-12). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Department of Economics.
An overview of changes made to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) programs under the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act (PWRORA) of 1996, a discussion of the influences of these changes on incentives for states and families, and a preliminary assessment of the impact of PRWORA on state and local governments and low income families with children
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