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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…
Obeng Cecilia Sem, February 2007
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An interview-based examination of how African immigrant parents of preschool children select care for their children and the effects of their culture on this decision
Scott-Little Catherine, Kagan Sharon Lynn, Frelow Victoria Stebbins, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of 46 state-level early education standards documents to investigate the specific areas of development addressed in order to determine how different states conceptualize school readiness