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Lynch Kathleen Bodisch, Uhl Monica, Reece John, Buck Deana McGuire, Gilles Donna L., July-September 2016
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
As the number of young children with disabilities being included in diverse early childhood settings continues to increase, employing personnel with the requisite knowledge and skills to support their active participation and learning becomes of…
Guralnick Michael J., Bruder Mary Beth, July-September 2016
Other
Peer Reviewed
The current status and future directions of early childhood inclusion in the United States are discussed from the perspective of 4 key goals: access, accommodations and feasibility, developmental progress, and social integration. Recommendations are…
Tschantz Jennifer M., Dubno Janis A., Spiker Donna, 08 June, 2016
Multimedia
This webinar provides an introduction to Pay for Success (PFS), a funding model in which private investors finance the cost of operating a social program that has the potential to save the government money in the long term. Presenters discuss the…
Tschantz Jennifer M., Dubno Janis A., Spiker Donna, 08 June, 2016
Other
This PowerPoint presentation accompanies a webinar that provides an introduction to Pay for Success (PFS), a funding model in which private investors finance the cost of operating a social program that has the potential to save the government money…
Harbin Gloria, Rous Beth, McLean Mary E., August, 2004
Other
A resource for state policymakers to help guide their decisions in terms of collaboratively designing and implementing accountability models for early childhood programs that result in accurate data