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Norway. Barne- og familiedepartementet (Ministry of Children and Family Affairs), 29 December, 1998
Other
A compilation of information on child care and early education policies, funding, quality, equity, availability, workforce, family roles, and environmental influences in Norway, prepared as part of a cross-national review by the Organization for…
Edwards John H.Y., Liang Xiaoyan, May, 1998
Reports & Papers
An investigation of the relation between preschool attendance and children's primary school readiness and performance, maternal labor force participation, and implications of equity between genders
Viruru Radhika, 1998
Reports & Papers
A case study of a traditional Indian preschool based upon participant observation and ethnographic interviewing
Hill Susan, Comber Barbara, Louden William, Rivalland Judith, Reid Jo-Anne, 1998
Reports & Papers
An investigation into the correlation between the acquisition of emergent literacy skills and the early experiences of children in school settings, based on a sample of 100 children from five locations in Australia
Tebb Kathleen P., 1998
Reports & Papers
A history of developments in the child care and early education delivery system during the 20th century, particularly in Los Angeles County, California, based on oral histories of key child care leaders and a review of historical documents and…
Rusher Anne S., Ware Anne M., 1998
Other
Peer Reviewed
A historical overview of and conceptual framework for family centered child care
Bussemaker Jet, 1998
Other
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of child care policies in the Netherlands since the 1960?s as it relates to gender, child care and its three rationales- a moral, an interest, and an efficiency rationale- and the larger welfare state
Moss Peter, Owen Charlie, Statham June, 1998
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the inadequacy of information on child care supply, demand, and workforce, as well as on parents' perspectives about services in the United Kingdom and its effects on child care policy and practice.
Piwowarski Rafal, 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A comparison of the developments and changes in education systems since the early 1990s in Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary, including school reforms, non-public schools, and structure change
Lund Stig G., 1998
Other
Peer Reviewed
An overview of the provisions and funding of programs and philosophies behind Denmark's early childhood education.
Andreoni Helen, 1998
Other
Peer Reviewed
A description of the ongoing collaboration between Australian and Eritrean educators to establish a new early childhood educational system in Eritrea, following the end of a 30-year war.
Greenstein Doreen B., 1998
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of strategies for child care providers in dealing with children with special needs
Mørk Olga, 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An overview of Swedish child care policies and child care options
O'Connor Robert E., 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A state-by-state analysis of Head Start enrollment statistics to determine the racial and interstate discrepancies in Head Start enrollment, using data from the 1990 census and the 1992-1993 Head Start Performance Information Report (PIR)
Schofield Deborah, Polette Josh, 1998
Other
Peer Reviewed
A study of the use of child care services and the provision of child care subsidies in reducing the financial barriers that make returning to work difficult for mothers in Australia