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Ceglowski Deborah A., Shears Jeffrey, Furman Richard, January, 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A case study of the experiences of a single American middle-income father in his search for and continued use of child care for his son, based on quarterly interviews between 2000 and 2002
Jinnah Hamida, Todd Christine M., Francis Anika, Stoneman Zolinda, June, 2006
Reports & Papers
A study of out-of-school time child care arrangements of school-age children with disabilities in Georgia, including type of arrangements, parents' satisfaction and problems with arrangements, and providers' caregiving experiences, based on a survey…
Jinnah Hamida, Todd Christine M., Francis Anika, Stoneman Zolinda, June, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of out-of-school time child care arrangements of school-age children with disabilities in Georgia, including type of arrangements, parents' satisfaction and problems with arrangements, and providers' caregiving experiences,…
Shlay Anne B., Tran Henry, Weinraub Marsha, Harmon Michelle, 2005
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of methods used by low income families to evaluate child care quality, based on a sample of 143 low income African American mothers from the Philadelphia metropolitan area
University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Center on Children, Families, and the Law, 2004
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An exploration of Nebraskan subsidy-using parents' views about the quality, availability, and cost of child care and regarding their experiences with the subsidy process as a whole
Shlay Anne B., Tran Henry, Weinraub Marsha, Harmon Michelle, 2004
Reports & Papers
An examination of methods used by low income families to evaluate child care quality, based on a sample of 143 low income African American mothers from the Philadelphia metropolitan area
Brumleve Linda, 2001
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
A multi-method, descriptive study of informal care, analyzing data (including State subsidy data) to assess utilization of subsidized informal care statewide. Data are gathered from focus groups and interviews conducted in three diverse Illinois…
Raikes Helen, Wilcox Brian L., 2000
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
A partnership formed to establish a baseline of child care quality in the Midwest region using performance indicators, and to track changes in quality over time. The study addresses, in a large representative sample, questions concerning the quality…
Emlen Arthur, Koren Charlotte, Schultze Kathryn H., Weber Roberta B. (Bobbie), 1999
Reports & Papers
A study of parents' views on the quality of child care, examining measurement tools for parent assessment of the quality of their child care, family social and economic factors that may account for parents' views of child care, and the influence of…
Emlen Arthur, 1996
Reports & Papers
This scale measures parent perspectives of child care quality.