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Explore our collection of gray research literature (e.g., publicly available reports and briefs published by government agencies, and for-profit and nonprofit organizations), peer-reviewed journal articles, survey instruments, webinars, and descriptions of projects funded by the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation. Learn more about the scope of our collection.

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Barnett W. Steven, 1990
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of the development of preschool education policies, focusing on the economic aspects of investing in public preschool education programs
Rosewater Ann, 1989
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An essay and collection of statistics on the social, economic and demographic trends of children in the United States from 1960 to 1980
Edelman Marian W., 1989
Other
Peer Reviewed
A presentation on the benefits of preventative investment in impoverished American children
Lally J. Ronald, Mangione Peter L., Honig Alice S., 1988
Reports & Papers
This report provides findings from a longitudinal follow-up study of the Family Development Research Program in Syracuse, New York. The follow-up study occurs nine years after the implementation of the program and is based on school record data,…
Barnett W. Steven, 1985
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A benefit-cost analysis of the Perry Preschool project, a discussion of its net value, and implications for future policy decisions
Kushman John E., 1979
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of the political pressures of increased subsidization of child care and tax and welfare reform with market trends in three types of child care centers in North Carolina
Capitol Regional Resource Center, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An analysis of the economic impact of the child care and early education industry in Sacramento County, California, in terms of its employment and gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation
Capitol Regional Resource Center, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An analysis of the economic impact of the child care and early education industry in Sierra County, California, in terms of its employment and gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation
Capitol Regional Resource Center, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An analysis of the economic impact of the child care and early education industry in Yolo County, California, in terms of its employment and gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation
Capitol Regional Resource Center, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An analysis of the economic impact of the child care and early education industry in Yuba and Sutter Counties, California, in terms of its employment and gross receipts, as well as its role in supporting other industries and labor force participation
Doctors Jennifer V., n.d.
Executive Summary
A summary of an analysis of the economic costs and benefits of increasing investment in high-quality early education in Hawaii
Cohen Rebecca, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of the economic impacts of investing in early childhood programs in Ohio
Kelly Katie, Cohen Rebecca, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of the contribution that early care and education programs make to workforce productivity and economic growth
Ohio GroundWork Campaign, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of the economic benefits of investing in early childhood programs
Waltz Megan, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An inquiry into the use of high quality prekindergarten programs to remedy school readiness and achievement gaps between low-income and minority students and their more affluent and non-minority counterparts in Minnesota