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Giordano Keri, Interra Victoria L., Stillo Giuliana C., Mims Angel T., Block-Lerner Jennifer, January, 2021
Reports & Papers
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Suspension is defined as a temporary removal from the educational setting where a child is able to return after a determined period of time, while expulsion is the complete and permanent removal of a child from an entire educational system (Gilliam…
Orizaba Lorena, Gorman Brenda K., Fiestas Christine E., Bingham Gary E., Terry Nicole Patton, April, 2020
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine narrative language samples of Spanish-speaking preschoolers to analyze changes in microstructural and macrostructural skills in their first language (L1) from fall to spring, relationships between…
Bachman Heather J., Degol Jessica L., Elliott Leanne, Scharphorn Laura, El Nokali Nermeen E., Palmer Kalani M., April, 2018
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Research Findings: The present study examined the amount of exposure to math activities that children of low socioeconomic status (SES) encounter in private community-based preschool classrooms and whether greater time in these activities predicted…
Finch Jenna E., Johnson Anna D., Phillips Deborah A., Q2 2015
Reports & Papers
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This study examined associations between caregiver sensitivity and responsiveness in child care experienced at age 4 and children's effortful control skills at age 5, among 154 preschoolers who attended community-based child care settings. Sensitive…
Casper Virginia, Lamb-Parker Faith, July, 2012
Reports & Papers
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An account of the early group care component of The Developing Families Project-South Africa (DFP-SA), a community-based model of education and training for the care, support, and education of vulnerable birth to 3-year-old children, and their…
Yetmar Jaclyn, Uhlenberg Jill M., May Charles R., Traw Rick C., 2006
Other
Peer Reviewed
A description of the guidelines used by one community that collaborated to save a child care center, including strategies to establish a network, create a plan of action, and constantly plan for change
Walker Elaine, 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of New Jersey?s efforts to establish high quality preschool and early childhood programs as part of the overall restructuring of its educational system
Buell Martha J., Hallam Rena A., Beck Heidi L., May, 2001
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Peer Reviewed
Family support literature indicates that child care programs can serve as a conduit for information on services and supports that families may need (Powell 1989; Lopez & Dorros 1999). Given resource constraints it is often challenging for child…
Hayden Jacqueline, Macdonald John J., 2001
Reports & Papers
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A discussion of community oriented approaches to early childhood education and care, using information on the Families First initiative in New South Wales
Noonan Mary, McCormick Linda, 2000
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An exploration of the practices of teachers in inclusive settings, based on a sample of 14 teachers instructing 110 normal and special needs children in a community-based, inclusive setting in Hawaii
Kupersmidt Janis, Bryant Donna M., Willoughby Michael T., 2000
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A comparison of the prevalence of aggressive behaviors of children in Head Start programs and of children in community child care programs, based on the behavior ratings of a sample of 571 4-year old children rated by 63 teachers
Buell Martha J., Hallam Rena A., Adams Jennifer H., 2000
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of Project CREATE (Caregiver Recruitment, Education, and Training Enhancement), a project developed to address the need for high-quality infant and toddler care in community-based child care programs in Delaware
Ball Jessica, Pence Alan R., 1999
Other
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the Early Childhood Education/Child and Youth Care (ECE/CYC) training program to assist providers and communities in the provision of healthy environments for children and youth living in the First Nations in Canada
Dinnebeil Laurie A., McInerney William, 1998
Reports & Papers
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An analysis of the perceptions and characteristics of early child care workers with the willingness to care for special needs children in community-based programs in northwestern Ohio
Fantuzzo John W., Sutton-Smith Brian, Atkins Marc S., Meyers Raymond, Stevenson Howard C., Coolahan Kathleen Coyle, Weiss Andrea, Manz Patricia Holliday, 1996
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A study concerning the differences in social play of maltreated and nonmaltreated preschool children and the effectiveness of a resilient peer treatment (RPT) for socially withdrawn victims of physical abuse and neglect