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Citizens' Committee for Children of New York, 2000
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An examination of the implementation of the universal pre-kindergarten program in New York City, with a focus on challenges to implementation and recommendations for improving parent?s enrollment of their students
Brandon Richard N., Kagan Sharon Lynn, Joesch Jutta M., 2000
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A brief presenting a model designed to compare the costs of different approaches to the universal provision of early care and education
Mahon Rianne, 2000
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the struggle for universal child care in Canada in the 1970s, focusing on institutional structures of power, the role of feminists and social workers, and the federalism crisis
Child Care Action Campaign, 2000
Other
A report of a policy forum on universal access to prekindergarten programs by leaders in the prekindergarten field
Paprocki Charles, Fall 1999
Reports & Papers
A description of the roles, activities, and recommendations of the Universal PreK Advisory Board in New York City, and a study of Board members' perceived influence on school districts and other boards
Ramey Sharon L., 1999
Other
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the need for and development of quality early childhood education and care programs, and the role of Head Start programs to assist in the process
Olsen Darcy Ann, 1999
Other
A policy discussion against universal preschool
New York City Independent Budget Office, 1999
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the potential impact a universal pre-k program on New York City?s operating and capital budgets, discussing several obstacles to implementation though an examination over the course four years, beginning with the 1998-1999 school year
Hicks Susan A., Lekies Kristi, Cochran Moncrieff M., 1999
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the implementation of universal prekindergarten (UPK) in New York State, based on a questionnaire of 29 districts in upstate New York
Mitchell Anne (Anne W.), 1998
Other
An exploration of different methods to finance program options for universal prekindergarten in New York State
Kaplan Jan, 1998
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of the need for states? funding and legislative support for prekindergarten programs, using evidence from currently implemented state-funded prekindergarten programs
Bhavnagri Navaz P., Gonzalez-Mena Janet, 1997
Other
Peer Reviewed
A criticism of universal child care and a discussion of the need for early intervention and family integration to account for cultural disparities in children?s needs
Columbia University. National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An overview of key issues in analyzing Florida's voluntary universal prekindergarten voucher initiative
Goldsmith Stephen, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A critical response to an issue brief describing the role of preschool and prekindergarten programs can play in closing the achievement gap in the school years, with federal policy recommendations for enhancing the role of these programs
Falk Beverly, Souto-Manning Mariana, n.d.
Reports & Papers
This study is situated within a context of increasing demographic diversity and increased funding of early education in New York City. The Pre-K for All initiative has enhanced access to early care, enrolling over 68,500 students in Pre-K in 2015 (…