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Every Child Counts (Program) [First 5 Alameda County], Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, Jordan Sheila, Chan Wilma, November, 2006
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A review of the framework and goals of the Early Education for All Plan, an early child education access initiative in Alameda County, California
Every Child Counts (Program) [First 5 Alameda County], Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, Jordan Sheila, Chan Wilma, November, 2006
Executive Summary
An examination of a comprehensive planning effort for early childhood education (ECE) commissioned by Alameda County in California detailing background information about the project, the community's goals and values for ECE, the program's needs…
Every Child Counts (Program) [First 5 Alameda County], Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, July, 2006
Reports & Papers
This Needs Assessment Report, a key component of the Early Care and Education For All planning process, looks at a variety of elements related to providing supply and meeting demand for child care for our children from birth to kindergarten and…
Every Child Counts (Program) [First 5 Alameda County], Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, June, 2006
Executive Summary
This Needs Assessment Report, a key component of the Early Care and Education For All planning process, looks at a variety of elements related to providing supply and meeting demand for child care for our children from birth to kindergarten and…
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Executive Summary
A longitudinal profile of the correlation between the strength of the local economy and the ability of child care centers to adequately staff their businesses, with a profile of the wages of child care workers in Alameda County, California
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Reports & Papers
An overview of land use and zoning policies that affect child care facility operation in Alameda County, California
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Reports & Papers
An updated version of a similar report from 1998 that examines the economic impact of the child care industry on the local economy, the unique challenges and characteristics of the industry, and the roles of both private and public sectors in…
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Reports & Papers
A survey on child care center staff wages, working conditions, and turnover in Alameda County between 1995 and 2001
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Reports & Papers
A study on the quality of child care for children with emotional or behavioral disorders in Alameda County, and recommendations for improvements by the Alameda County Child Care Planning Council
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Reports & Papers
A comprehensive assessment of the need and availability of licensed child care in Alameda County, California
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the economic impact of the child care industry in Alameda County, California
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the mental health needs of children in child care and early care settings in Alameda County, California
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 2002
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the supply and demand of licensed child care options in Alameda County, California
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 1999
Executive Summary
A study documenting the salaries, benefits and working conditions of child care teaching and administrative staff in Alameda County and center changes since the last survey of 1995
Alameda County Child Care Planning Council, 1999
Reports & Papers
A summary of findings from a 1998 survey on child care center staff wages, working conditions, and turnover in Alameda County