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Tolman Joel, Pittman Karen, Yohalem Nicole, Thomases Jean, Trammel Ming, 2002
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A review of different resources for funding out-of-school programming
Murphy Reeva Sullivan, 2002
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
A collaboration between the Wellesley Child Care Research Partnership and a Rhode Island child-focused policy organization to evaluate access to, and quality of, child care in the Starting Right era. The project uses data from a variety of programs…
Lesser Dan, Carlson Barbara Coccodrilli, Branch Sujatha J., Leiwant Sherry, 2002
Other
A discussion of coordination and support issues, as well as policymaker recommendations, for home child care facilities in Illinois that are exempt from state licensing procedures and disconnected from community programs
Lesser Dan, Carlson Barbara Coccodrilli, Branch Sujatha J., Leiwant Sherry, 2002
Executive Summary
A summary of a discussion about coordination and support issues, as well as policymaker recommendations, for home child care facilities in Illinois that are exempt from state licensing procedures and disconnected from community programs
PA Partnerships for Children, 2002
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A summary of improving and financing school readiness intiatives for young children in Pennsylvania
Sabo Jason, Bresette Patrick, DeLuna Castro Eva, 2002
Reports & Papers
A study of the discrepancy between the amount of impoverished Texan children and the availability of federal and state-funded subsidies, and recommendations for more federal and state fiscal responsibility and improvements
Los Angeles County (Calif.). Child Care Planning Committee, June, 2001
Other
An overview of models of Head Start-child care collaboration, with examples of partnerships in Los Angeles County, California
Schumacher Rachel, Greenberg Mark H., Lombardi Joan, April, 2001
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A brief on states' efforts to expand and coordinate child care and early learning programs, including subsidized child care, Head Start, and prekindergarten, with a particular focus on Georgia, Massachusetts, and Ohio.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, March, 2001
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A study of the Campus, a multi-agency child care network, created from a public/private partnership and coordinated by a voluntary organization in the United Kingdom
Sowa Jessica E., 2001
Other
An exploration of the strategies used and challenges encountered in combining funding from different sources for early childhood care and education programs, based on evidence from six collaboratively funded programs in New York State
National Conference of State Legislatures, 2001
Other
A discussion of approaches by states using federal monies to finance child care, and the links between reimbursement rates and child care quality
Johnson Jennifer, Rahmanou Hedieh, Shaw April, Neuman Melissa, Golin Stacie, 2001
Other
A directory of federal government agencies, research, policy, analysis, advocacy organizations, philanthropic organizations, and unions providing resources to assist the financing of child care
Davis Jerry S., Wohlford Jill, 2001
Other
An inquiry into the feasibility of adapting higher education loan programs for use by families to fund early childhood education and care
Southern Regional Initiative on Child Care, 2000
Other
An account of the child care subsidy policies and procedures in each of the seventeen member states in the Southern Regional Task Force
Fonseca Manuela, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This brief examines braiding, blending, and layering funding streams as possible strategies for supporting and sustaining high quality preschool programs. Interviews across three states with school district administrators, a Head Start director, and…