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Byrne Brian, Fielding-Barnsley Ruth, 1993
Reports & Papers
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A one-year follow-up evaluation of the effectiveness of the Sound Foundations program in raising levels of phonemic awareness, based on data from 119 preschool children from the original sample--63 from the experimental group and 56 from the control…
Almeida David M., Maggs Jennifer L., Galambos Nancy L., 1993
Reports & Papers
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A longitudinal study of the relationship betwen maternal employment hours and paternal family work involvement in Canada
Gustafsson Siv S., Stafford Frank P., 1992
Reports & Papers
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A study of women?s labor supply and child care subsidies and spaces per child by community in Sweden
Ogilvy Carole M., 1992
Other
Peer Reviewed
A study conducted in Scotland of effective learning in the preschool setting and what factors characterize good practice in these settings analyzed through a psychological framework
Valdez-Menchaca Marta C., Whitehurst Grover J., 1992
Reports & Papers
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A study evaluating children's language abilities after the completion of a six to seven week dialogic reading program
Gentleman Jane F., Whitmore G.A., 1991
Reports & Papers
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A survey-based analysis of the met and unmet need for child care in Canada using data from the Family History Survey
Gee Ellen M., McDaniel James G., 1991
Reports & Papers
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An estimation of the years of employment for parents of children who require child care and the years of child care utilized by these children, under both hypothetical and real conditions, using data from the Canadian Family History Survey
Struthers Cyntha A., 1991
Reports & Papers
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An estimation of the met and unmet child care needs of Canadian parents using data from the Family History Survey that detailed the number of years parents spent in the labor force and the number of years children participated in child care
Raudenbush Stephen W., Kidchanapanish Somsri, Kang Sang Jin, 1991
Reports & Papers
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A study of the relationships between access to early education, socioeconomic status, urbanicity, and third grade language and math achievement among Thai children
Engle Patrice L., 1991
Reports & Papers
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An investigation of the influence of the extent of maternal employment and the characteristics of child care providers on child nutrition
Tudge Jonathan R.H., 1991
Reports & Papers
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An overview of the education system for young children in the Soviet Union
Haas Linda, 1991
Reports & Papers
A discussion on Swedish parental leave policy and use and its implications on the United States
Byrne Brian, Fielding-Barnsley Ruth, 1991
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An evaluation of the effectiveness of the Sound Foundations program in raising levels of phonemic awareness, based on data from 126 preschool children divided into an experimental group of 64 and a control group of 62