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Williams Bethany, Sisson Susan B., 2019
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects

The goal of this study is to understand the relationship between the community around an ECE and classroom health quality by program arrangement (Head Start, community-based childcare, family childcare home) by the following specific aims: Aim 1…

Giapponi Schneider Kate, Warfield Marji Erickson, Joshi Pamela, Ha Yoonsook, Hodgkin Dominic, August, 2017
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The United States child care subsidy system relies on the voluntary participation of private providers in the market in order for low-income families to access otherwise unaffordable care. However, with few states able to pay child care providers…
Giapponi Schneider Kate, February, 2017
Reports & Papers
High quality child care providers that accept subsidies are the linchpin to supporting parental employment and the child development needs of low-income families. However, there is growing concern at the federal level that fewer providers are…
National Survey of Early Care and Education Project Team, September, 2015
Reports & Papers

Newly released data from the National Survey of Early Care and Education provide a unique opportunity to understand Head Start and Public Pre-K offerings within the context of all center-based ECE to children age five and under. These two…

National Survey of Early Care and Education Project Team, September, 2015
Other
The analyses we present in the Technical Report, "Which Centers Participate in Head Start or Public Pre-Kindergarten" characterize centers that have at least one child whose enrollment is funded through Head Start or Public Pre-K funds. This…
National Survey of Early Care and Education Project Team, November, 2014
Reports & Papers

In this report we exploit newly available data from the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) to construct the first nationally representative estimates of all center-based care to children birth through age five years, not yet in…

National Survey of Early Care and Education Project Team, November, 2014
Fact Sheets & Briefs

This fact sheet provides the first nationally representative portrait of center-based early care and education (ECE) in more than 20 years, using data from the newly available National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE). We describe ECE…

Giapponi Schneider Kate, Joshi Pamela, 2014
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
High quality child care providers that accept subsidies are the linchpin to supporting parental employment and the child development needs of low-income families. Without the voluntary participation of private providers in child care subsidy systems…
Lewsader Joellen, Elicker James, November, 2013
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Multiple types of child care are exempt from government licensure or regulation in the United States, yet previous research has shown that stricter adherence to regulatory standards predicts higher quality programs. This study compares global child…
Lewsader Joellen, May, 2013
Reports & Papers
Multiple types of child care are exempt from state licensure or regulation yet research has shown that stricter adherence to standards for a child care program predicts higher quality programs. This study compares three groups of church-sponsored…
Lewsader Joellen, Elicker James, 2011
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
The specific aims of this dissertation research are to on explore the quality of church-sponsored center-based child care as observed in three levels of state child care regulation. The first objective is to determine if and how global child care…