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Reid Jeanne L., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, Melvin Samantha A., March 2021
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

As the provision of publicly funded pre-kindergarten has expanded in recent years, public programs for infants and toddlers have received relatively little policy attention. However, federal, state, and local governments are now trying to promote…

Reid Jeanne L., Melvin Samantha A., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, 10 July, 2020
Reports & Papers
This study compares the characteristics of New York City’s EarlyLearn programs for infants and toddlers that are located in centers and family child care (FCC) settings with a focus on their experience of EarlyLearn quality-enhancement efforts in…
Reid Jeanne L., Melvin Samantha A., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, 10 July, 2020
Executive Summary
This study compares the characteristics of New York City’s EarlyLearn programs for infants and toddlers that are located in centers and family child care (FCC) settings with a focus on their experience of EarlyLearn quality-enhancement efforts in…
Reid Jeanne L., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Scott-Little Catherine, June, 2019
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
Theoretical and empirical research is challenging long-held assumptions about how culture shapes children's thinking, emotions, and actions. No longer is 'culture' thought to be a family-based characteristic that operates upon children's development…
Reid Jeanne L., Melvin Samantha A., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, May, 2019
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

In recent decades, state funding for preschool programs has more than tripled as more states are trying to create universal access to Pre-K. Efforts to expand Pre-K access typically include the use and coordination of multiple preschool settings…

Reid Jeanne L., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Melvin Samantha A., Healey Bridget F., Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, August 1 2018
Other

This document includes data tables related to the report "Building a Unified System for Universal Pre-K in New York City: The Implementation of Pre-K for All by Setting and Auspice."

Reid Jeanne L., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Melvin Samantha A., Healey Bridget F., Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, August 1 2018
Reports & Papers

The aim of the study is to assess the implementation of the PKA initiative as it varies by UPK program setting (schools vs. NYCEECs) and auspice (DOE-UPK, Child Care, and/or Head Start), as well as by the resource level of the neighborhoods in…

Reid Jeanne L., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Melvin Samantha A., Healey Bridget F., Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, August 1 2018
Other

This document includes survey and interview responses related to the report "Building a Unified System for Universal Pre-K in New York City: The Implementation of Pre-K for All by Setting and Auspice."

Reid Jeanne L., Martin Anne, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, January, 2017
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Little is known about the extent and nature of low-income parents' interactions with other parents and staff at childcare centres, despite the potential for these interactions to provide emotional, informational, and instrumental support. This study…
Reid Jeanne L., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Hilton Michael, Potter Halley, April, 2015
Other
The field of early childhood education is experiencing unprecedented public investment accompanied by increasing expectations for enhanced child outcomes. To achieve such outcomes, policymakers must consider the socioeconomic and racial/ethnic…
Reid Jeanne L., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Hilton Michael, Potter Halley, April, 2015
Executive Summary
The field of early childhood education is experiencing unprecedented public investment accompanied by increasing expectations for enhanced child outcomes. To achieve such outcomes, policymakers must consider the socioeconomic and racial/ethnic…
Reid Jeanne L., Ready Douglas D., November, 2013
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
As policymakers expand access to preschool, the sociodemographic composition of preschool classrooms will become increasingly important. These efforts may create programs that increase the concentration of children from low-income families or,…
Kagan Sharon Lynn, Reid Jeanne L., Scott-Little Catherine, 03 October, 2013
Reports & Papers
For many decades, Massachusetts has been a national leader in the provision of early education and care for its young children. Consistent with this historically prominent role, Massachusetts has recently begun a thorough and systematic analysis of…
Scott-Little Catherine, Kagan Sharon Lynn, Frelow Victoria Stebbins, Reid Jeanne L., April 2009
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A categorical analysis of the contents of the infant and toddler early learning guidelines (ELGs) published by 21 states, and a discussion of their implications for programs serving children with disabilities
Kagan Sharon Lynn, Scott-Little Catherine, Reid Jeanne L., 2009
Executive Summary
A summary of an examination of the alignment of Pennsylvania early childhood standards and assessments with each other and with standards and assessments in the early elementary grades