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United States. Administration for Children, Youth, and Families, December, 1996
Reports & Papers
Descriptive findings from a study of the Head Start Health Component, using child health records and standard data from the Head Start Program Information Report (PIR), plus observations and interviews with parents and staff, collected during the…
East Patricia, Felice Marianne E., December 1996
Instruments
Bullock Janis, December 1996
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of anti-bias beliefs and practices of early childhood educators working in rural areas with white children
McMahon Rebecca, Saunders DeLaura, Bardwell Tracey, Winter 1996-1997
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of how teachers can use multicultural books to create in young children cultural awareness of American Indians, with a list of high quality American Indian literature
LaFreniere Peter J., Dumas Jean E., December, 1996
Instruments
Peer Reviewed
United States. Administration for Children, Youth, and Families, December, 1996
Reports & Papers
A description of the ways in which the Health Component of the Head Start program address the medical, nutritional, and mental health needs of program participants
United States. Administration for Children, Youth, and Families, December, 1996
Executive Summary
A summary of a description of the ways in which the Health Component of the Head Start program address the medical, nutritional, and mental health needs of program participants
Ladd Gary W., Profilet Susan M., November 1996
Instruments
Peer Reviewed
Merrell Kenneth W., November 1996
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the conceptualization, assessment and treatment of social and emotional problems in young children as well as a brief overview of the increase in providing psychological services to preschool children identified as having such issues
Brooks Margaret G., Buckner John C., October, 1996
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The work histories of 436 sheltered homeless and low-income women were analyzed to develop a predictive model of factors that facilitate employment possibilities for some low-income women and deter others from obtaining work. Findings suggest the…
Lilley Tricia, September 1996
Book Reviews
Peer Reviewed
A review of an account of the implementation of Key Stage One of the National Curriculum in England, and an inquiry into the effectiveness of using a subject-based curriculum in early education settings
Senechal Monique, LeFevre Jo-Anne, Hudson Ernie, Lawson E. Penelope, September 1996
Instruments
Peer Reviewed
Senechal Monique, LeFevre Jo-Anne, Hudson Ernie, Lawson E. Penelope, September 1996
Instruments
Peer Reviewed
Ladd Gary W., Kochenderfer Becky J., Coleman Cynthia C., June 1996
Instruments
Peer Reviewed
Diamond Adele, Taylor Colleen, May, 1996
Instruments
Peer Reviewed