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Childcare students and nursery workers: Follow up surveys and in-depth interviews
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, December, 2001
(Research Report No. RR322). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A follow-up study on the mobility in the child care workforce and its influences on child care students and staff in the United Kingdom

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Childcare students and nursery workers: Follow up surveys and in-depth interviews [Executive summary]
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, December, 2001
(Research Brief No. RB322). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

Key facts and findings of a follow-up study on the mobility in the child care workforce and its influences on child care students and staff in the United Kingdom

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Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project: Child outcomes
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, October, 2003
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A study commissioned by Great Britainís Department of Education and Skills that reviewed cross-national evidence from 15 countries focusing on a number of issues related to child outcomes and considers the way early childhood education and child care services promote social inclusion, the respective contributions of curricula and pedagogical approaches, and the factors that influence child outcomes

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Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project: Funding & Sustainability
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, October 2003
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A cross-national study concerning public investment in child care and early education services for children aged from birth to 14 (16 with special educational needs) in 2002

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Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project: Introduction
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, October 2003
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A discussion of the Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project commissioned by Great Britainís Department of Education and Skills that provides an introduction to issues in cross-national work, to the methods used in this study, and to the countries that have been included

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Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project: Provision of services
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, October, 2003
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A study commissioned by Great Britainís Department of Education and Skills that reviewed cross-national evidence from 15 countries focusing on the provision of early years and child care services, and their relationship to compulsory schooling

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Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project: Quality
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, October, 2003
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A cross-national study concerning quality in child care and early education services for children aged from birth to 14 (16 with special educational needs) in 2002

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Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project: Summary
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, October 2003
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A summary of a cross-national study concerning public investment in child care and early education services for children aged from birth to 14 (16 with special educational needs) in 2002

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Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project: The workforce
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, October, 2003
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A study commissioned by Great Britainís Department of Education and Skills that reviewed cross-national evidence from 15 countries focusing on the workforces of early childhood education and care services of these nations, including the main occupational models, the levels of training, and the roles and characteristics of the diverse workforces

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Entry, retention and loss: A study of childcare students and workers
Cameron, Claire, July, 2001
(Research Report No. 275). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills.

An investigation of the recruitment, retention, and loss of child care workers and students in the United Kingdom

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Exploring the field of listening to and consulting with young children
Sure Start (Programme), June 2003
(Research Brief No. RB445). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A summary of a study on the views of young childrenís experiences and opinions of child care and education using observation, case studies, interviews and literature reviews

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Exploring the field of listening to and consulting with young children
Sure Start (Programme), July, 2003
(Research Report No. RR445). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A study on the views of young childrenís experiences and opinions of child care and education using observation, case studies, interviews and literature reviews

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Exploring the field of listening to and consulting with young children [Executive summary]
Sure Start (Programme), July 2003
(Research Report No. RR445). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A summary of a study of the views and experiences of child care and early education from children under the age of five in the United Kingdom

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Research on ratios, group size and staff qualifications and training in early years and childcare settings
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, January, 2002
(Research Report No. RR320). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A study comparing child to staff ratios, staff education, and child care settings in North America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the United Kingdom and other Western European countries

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Research on ratios, group size and staff qualifications and training in early years and childcare settings [Executive summary]
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, January, 2002
(Research Brief No. RB320). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

Key findings from a study comparing child to staff ratios, staff education, and child care settings in North America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the United Kingdom and other Western European countries

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A survey of former childminders
Mooney, Ann, October 2001
(Research Brief No. 300). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A summary of a survey of former child care providers' reasons for leaving the child care profession in England

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A survey of former childminders
Mooney, Ann, October 2001
(Research Report No 300). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A survey of former child care providers' reasons for leaving the child care profession in England

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