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Cummings Colleen, Todd Liz, Dyson Alan, October 2003
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of program types and activities implemented in schools with the extended schools pathfinder funding, based on observations of schools and local education authorities participating in the extended schools pathfinder project in England
Schumacher Rachel, Irish Kate, Lombardi Joan, August, 2003
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A summary of a study focusing on integrating early education program standards and initiatives in child care to improve the school readiness of young children
McCart Linda, Bruner Charles, Schene Patricia, June, 2003
Other
Information on early childhood policy initiatives available to state policy makers for linking welfare and school readiness initiatives in the United States
Wilkin Anne, Kinder Kay, White Richard, Atkinson Mary, Doherty Paul, June 2003
Reports & Papers
An inquiry into the current provision of health and social services in schools, and a discussion of the benefits and challenges in the expansion of extended school services, based on information from 79 local education authorities (LEAs) and…
Wilkin Anne, Kinder Kay, White Richard, Atkinson Mary, Doherty Paul, June 2003
Executive Summary
A summary of an inquiry into the current provision of health and social services in schools, and a discussion of the benefits and challenges in the expansion of extended school services, based on information from 79 local education authorities (LEAs…
Wilkin Anne, White Richard, Kinder Kay, June 2003
Literature Review
A review of selected research studies on the development of extended school programs to include the provision of health and social services in the structure and service delivery of public schools
Wilkin Anne, White Richard, Kinder Kay, June 2003
Executive Summary
A summary of a review of selected research studies on the development of extended school programs to include the provision of health and social services in the structure and service delivery of public schools
Wilkin Anne, Kinder Kay, White Richard, Atkinson Mary, Doherty Paul, March 2003
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A presentation of findings from an exploration of the current provision of health and social services in schools, and a discussion of the benefits and challenges in the expansion of extended school services, based on information from 79 local…
Zhang Chun, Bennett Tess, Heal Helen Bair, Lee Hwa, 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A survey assessing issues of family service delivery in 40 Early Head Start (EHS) programs in 6 Midwestern states, based on a sample of 253 EHS staff members and directors
Segal Ann, Bruner Charles, 2003
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of six local government efforts to develop comprehensive early learning systems to achieve the goal of school readiness
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program, a pediatric primary care intervention, based on a cohort of children from birth to age 3 at 15 evaluation sites located throughout the United States, including a cost/benefit analysis of…
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Executive Summary
A summary of an evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program, a pediatric primary care intervention, based on a cohort of children from birth to age 3 at 15 evaluation sites located throughout the United States, including a cost/…
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program, a pediatric primary care intervention, at six selected affiliate sites whose participants differed from the families in the national evaluation in terms of age, education, socioeconomic…
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Executive Summary
A summary of an evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program, a pediatric primary care intervention, at six selected affiliate sites whose participants differed from the families in the national evaluation in terms of age, education,…
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Other
An outline of the selection sites and methods of data collection used in the affiliate evaluation of the Healthy Steps program