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Canada. Human Resources Development Canada. Applied Research Branch, 2000
Reports & Papers
An examination of the data and the process of data collection on the topic of non-parental care within the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth
Canada. Human Resources Development Canada. Applied Research Branch, 2000
Executive Summary
A summary of an examination of the data and the process of data collection on the topic of non-parental care within the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth
Carabin Helene, Gyorkos Theresa W., Soto Julio C., Joseph Lawrence, Collet Jean-Paul, 2000
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study comparing the rate that Canadian child care center staff reported toddlers' cold and diarrhea symptoms to the rate of parent reports
Lamb Michael E., 2000
Other
Peer Reviewed
An introduction to a special issue of Applied Developmental Science, with a focus on the measurement of child care quality and the relationship between quality of care and children?s development
Raley R. Kelly, Harris Kathleen Mullan, Rindfuss Ronald, 2000
Other
Peer Reviewed
An assessment of the comparability and quality of child care data from different United States national surveys by examining differences in survey design and techniques
Cabrera Natasha J., Lamb Michael E., Boller Kimberly, 1999
Other
An overview of available methods and data sources for assessing father involvement, as well as of measures used in the father studies of the Early Head Start Evaluation Project.
Atkins-Burnett Sally, Nicholson Julie Marie, Meisels Samuel J., 1997
Other
A discussion of the definition of social competence and its importance for young children, and a summary of the various instruments use to measure social competence throughout early childhood years
Cain Virginia S., December, 1994
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the use of a population-based sample survey approach to the study of the health of children in child care
Bronfenbrenner Urie, 1974
Other
Peer Reviewed
An argument for ecologically valid child care research and current social policy as basis for forming theoretical questions, designing further research, and making child care policy decisions
Yarrow Marian R., Campbell John D., Burton Roger V., 1970
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A critique of the use of memory in research, focusing on the corresponding accuracies of child behavioral studies using contemporaneously obtained data and retrospective reports of child care experiences
Sandstrom Heather, Greenberg Erica, n.d.
Other
This report describes the role of data in early childhood pay for success (PFS) projects, with a focus on early childhood education. As part of a larger toolkit for states, localities, and investors considering early childhood PFS deals, the report…
Barron Mary, n.d.
Other
The SLDS Early Childhood Planning Guide is a supplemental resource for the SLDS Early Childhood Self-Assessment Tool. The Self-Assessment Tool was created to help states assess their needs as they integrate EC data into an EC data system and the P-…