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Mackenzie Susan G., Sherman Gregory J., December, 1994
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An overview of the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program which provides data about children's injuries in child care centers and can be used to make recommendations for preventative measures
Collet Jean-Paul, Burtin P., Bossard N., Ducruet T., Kramer M. S., Floret D., December, 1994
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study and comparison of the risk of repeated infections among children in family child care settings and small and large child care centers
Collet Jean-Paul, Burtin P., Gillet J., Bossard N., Ducruet T., Durr F., Epicreche Research Group, 1994
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A comparison of the prevalence of infectious diseases in populations of children cared for in small centers, large centers, family child care, and in their homes, based on a sample of 1,242 children in the Rhone region
Ispa Jean M., 1994
Other
Pence Alan R., McCallum Marie, 1994
Other
A discussion of an innovative, cross-cultural curriculum partnership between public universities and the First Nations tribes in the advancement of quality early childhood services in Canada
Penn Helen, 1994
Other
A description of the discussion of quality that took place during the creation of a new policy statement preceding a bureaucratic reorganization of early childhood services in Strathclyde, Scotland
Langsted Ole, 1994
Reports & Papers
Descriptions of several Danish programs soliciting the views of children about their child care environments and incorporating their opinions into the operating procedures of child care centers
Brophy Julia, Statham June, 1994
Reports & Papers
A description of the values-based exercise facing researchers when using a foreign measurement instrument to measure quality in child care programs, based on the experience of evaluating the quality of forty-five preschool playgroups in the United…
Petrie Pat, 1994
Reports & Papers
An identification of the values and aims guiding the day-to-day practices of 15 after-school programs for school-aged children in England, Scotland, and Wales
Joseph Carol, Lane Jane, Sharma Sudesh, 1994
Other
An exploration of manifestations of racism in British early childhood services
Pence Alan R., McCallum Marie, 1994
Reports & Papers
A description of a project in which the University of Victoria worked in partnership with a council of Canadian aboriginal tribes in Saskatchewan to develop and implement a culturally-appropriate curriculum for the training of professionals in the…
Smith Anne B., Farquhar Sarah-Eve, 1994
Reports & Papers
A study of implementation of charter agreements between local child care providers and national funders, based on a sample of 9 child care centers in New Zealand
Jensen Claus, 1994
Other
A chronology of the changes experienced by Danish child care centers between 1943 and 1994, with an emphasis on changing perceptions of the concept of quality over time