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Shrybman Steven, November, 2004
Other
An exploration of the influence of Canada?s trade commitments under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) on its ability to create a national child care program
Bruner Charles, November 2004
Other
A discussion of theories of change in the development of early learning systems in which the Build Initiative takes action, including the identification of essential components, strategies of planning and action for development, and the role of the…
Association for Children of New Jersey, October, 2004
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An identification of problems with the state licensing process that some new New Jersey early education practitioners are required to undergo after their completion of their bachelor?s degrees, based on interviews with 7 early childhood educators in…
Cultural Logic, Aubrun Axel, September 30, 2004
Other
A discussion of the implications of universal prekindergarten policy campaigns on the early childhood policy agenda for children aged birth through 3
Tekin Erdal, September 2004
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the impact that child care subsidies have on helping single mothers find jobs with standard schedules, and how this influence differs between welfare recipients and nonrecipients
YMCA of Greater New York, August, 2004
Reports & Papers
An assessment of the services provided through an after school initiative of the YMCA of Greater New York operated in public schools throughout New York City, using survey results from program stakeholders/participants, and including an examination…
YMCA of Greater New York, August, 2004
Executive Summary
A summary of an assessment of the services provided through an after school initiative of the YMCA of Greater New York operated in public schools throughout New York City
Children's Defense Fund (U.S.), August, 2004
Other
A state-by-state compendium of 2003 legislative actions on child care, early education, and school age child care, and tables comparing state levels of income eligibility for state assistance, waiting list and frozen intake data, parent co-payment…
New Jersey. Department of Education, July, 2004
Reports & Papers
This document presents standards for working with the home, school, and community; for creating and sustaining the learning environment; and for identifying and using appropriate assessment tools and practices. It begins with Home, School and…
Resource Development Associates, June, 2004
Reports & Papers

A comprehensive evaluation of both the global quality and the participant educational outcomes of the after school activities for youth provided by the Beacon Centers in San Francisco public schools

Resource Development Associates, June, 2004
Executive Summary
A summary of a report on the impact of the after school activities for youth provided by the Beacon Centers in San Francisco public schools
Great Britain. Office for Standards in Education (England), June 2004
Other
An evaluation of the quality, standards, leadership, and management of 23 Early Excellence Centres (EECs) in the United Kingdom, an identification of effective practices used by EECs, and recommendations for areas needing improvement
Crepinsek Mary Kay, Burstein Nancy, June, 2004
Reports & Papers
Compared with children of nonworking mothers, children of full-time working mothers have lower overall HEI (Healthy Eating Index) scores, lower intake of iron and fiber, and higher intake of soda and fried potatoes, even after taking into account…
Crepinsek Mary Kay, Burstein Nancy, June, 2004
Executive Summary
The study objectives concerned differences in nutrition outcomes among children age 0 to 17 years whose mothers work full-time, part-time, and not at all, and the role the CACFP serves in meeting the nutrition needs of participating children,…
Crepinsek Mary Kay, Burstein Nancy, June, 2004
Reports & Papers
This section describes participating children's average consumption of food energy and nutrients over 24 hours, and the relative contribution of CACFP meals and snacks to total intakes. It begins with a description of the sample children and their…