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United States. Administration for Children and Families. Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, 31 December, 1998
A review of research examining the relationship between employment retention and flexibility in family support, jobs, and child care arrangements among low-income families
Norway. Barne- og familiedepartementet (Ministry of Children and Family Affairs), 29 December, 1998
A compilation of information on child care and early education policies, funding, quality, equity, availability, workforce, family roles, and environmental influences in Norway, prepared as part of a cross-national review by the Organization for…
Sheridan Susan M., 14 December, 1998
St. Sauver Jennifer, Khurana Michelle, Kao Annie, Foxman Betsy, November/December 1998
Reports & Papers
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A study of hygene practices and their association with the prevalence of respiratory illnesses at child care centers and family child care sites
Hebbeler Kathleen, Wagner Mary, 15 October, 1998
Reports & Papers
A description of the research questions, conceptual framework, sample, data collection instruments, and timeline used in the National Early Intervention Longitudinal Study
Benton Foundation, Fall 1998
A framework for the discussion of child care issues for child care and early education advocates, with a focus on the community issues and solutions
Bales Susan N., Fall 1998
An introductory essay to a collection of articles discussing how parents and other adults can begin to frame child care issues in the terms of child development and early education, and as community issues that require community solutions
Lakoff George, Grady Joseph, Fall 1998
A discussion of metaphors, phraseology and components of rhetorical advocacy that could serve as methods for framing public discussions of early childhood education in order to achieve specific socio-political aims, written by scholars in the field…
Brandon Richard N., Fall 1998
A summary of public opinion survey results on child care policies, funding, quality, affordability, women in the labor force, and family values
Full Circle Associates, Fall 1998
Results from two focus groups in which participants' reactions to a series of metaphors, frameworks, and labels for early education for children ages birth to six were recorded, including comparisons of responses of African American and white…
Elicker James, Benner Aprile D., Hahn Georgia, Kensinger Katherine, Hertzog Jodie, September, 1998
Reports & Papers
An assessment of the supply of and demand for child care services, types of preferred services, and child care problems facing families in Clinton County, Indiana, based on available primary data sources, a survey of parents, and parent and child…