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Connors Dana F., Summer/Fall 2009
A description of business community involvement in the dialogue to help steer planning for investments in early care and education for Maine?s youngest children
Johnson Jennifer, Rahmanou Hedieh, Shaw April, Neuman Melissa, Golin Stacie, 2001
A directory of federal government agencies, research, policy, analysis, advocacy organizations, philanthropic organizations, and unions providing resources to assist the financing of child care
Reynolds Arthur J., 1998
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the implementation of the early childhood intervention program, Chicago-Parent Center (CPCs), and the Chicago Longitudinal Study among eight-grade students between 1983 and 1989
Kagan Sharon Lynn, Neuman Michelle J., 1997
A description of the Quality 2000: Advancing Early Care and Education initiative which would provide accessible high quality early child care programs to all children from birth to age five whose parents choose to enroll them