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Early childhood mental health services: A policy and systems development perspective
Knitzer, Jane, 2000
In Handbook of early childhood intervention (2nd ed. : pp. 416-438). New York: Cambridge University Press
An overview of practice, policy, research, and service delivery in the coordination of early childhood mental health services and early childhood programs
Infant-Toddler Social-Emotional Assessment
Carter, Alice S., 2000
Unpublished instrument, Yale University, New Haven, CT
A model for early detection and primary prevention of emotional or behavioral disorders
Forness, Steven R., 2000
Education and Treatment of Children, 23(2), 325-345
A presentation of a method for the early detection of emotional and behavioral disorders in preschool children used in the Youth Development Incorporated (YDI) Head Start program in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Reports & Papers
Head Start-child care partnership study
Kagan, Sharon Lynn, 2000
New Haven, CT: Yale University, Bush Center in Child Development and Social Policy.
An evaluation the establishment of Head Start collaboration offices designed to hasten cooperation among Head Start programs via the case study method
Reports & Papers
State developments in child care and early education: 1999
Blank, Helen, 2000
Washington, DC: Children's Defense Fund.
Highlights and updates regarding state actions on child care and early education issues during 1999 collected through written and phone
surveys with advocates in each state
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