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United States Commission on Civil Rights. Mississippi Advisory Committee, 01 December, 2015
Other
This is a file of documents (including memos, emails, testimonies, and letters) relating to a conflict between the Mississippi Department of Human Services and an organization of African American child care stakeholders. The conflict is over the…
Lyon Kate, Geary Erin, Sparr Mariel, Buckless Brandie, Salvador Melina, Morales Julie, November, 2015
Reports & Papers
The following explains the purpose of this report: 1. Describe the Tribal Home Visiting Program, grantees, and family and community contexts that influence implementation of the program 2. Highlight the expanded reach and availability of home…
Lyon Kate, Geary Erin, Sparr Mariel, Buckless Brandie, Salvador Melina, Morales Julie, November, 2015
Executive Summary
The Tribal Home Visiting Program, part of the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV, the Federal Home Visiting Program), is an unprecedented expansion of culturally responsive services for vulnerable American Indian or…
Lopez Michael, Bumgarner Erin, Vesely Colleen K., Ha Yoonsook, 11 August, 2015
Multimedia
This webinar addresses the background dynamics of child care decisions made by Hispanic families, based on recent research. Discussion focuses on the following topics: service-type preference (center-based vs. home-based care); access and…
Lopez Michael, Bumgarner Erin, Vesely Colleen K., Ha Yoonsook, 11 August, 2015
Other
This PowerPoint presentation accompanies a webinar that addresses the background dynamics of child care decisions made by Hispanic families, based on recent research. Discussion focuses on the following topics: service-type preference (center-based…
United States. Office of Child Care, August, 2015
Reports & Papers
On November 19, 2014, President Obama signed the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act of 2014 into law. The law reauthorizes the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) program and makes expansive changes to the program. While the new…
Palmer Kalani M., Bachman Heather J., 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Few empirical studies have examined within group differences of Black parenting practices. This study aimed to identify the role of educational attainment in predicting within group differences on two parenting practices associated with academic…
Palmer Kalani M., Bachman Heather J., 2015
Executive Summary
Peer Reviewed
Within the Black community exists great variability in parenting practices; however very little research has examined the parenting heterogeneity within this group. Moreover studies of Black parents often contain samples with minimal variation in…
Ha Yoonsook, Ybarra Marci, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Prior studies that have investigated child care arrangements among Latino immigrant families have often overlooked the role of parental immigration status and neighborhood factors in shaping child care selection. Thus, this study considers the…
Moodie Shannon, Ramos Manica F., October, 2014
Other
This brief provides an overview of family support programs and aims to identify the features and strategies that may be most effective for reaching and engaging black and Latino families, with the ultimate goal of supporting young children's…
Moodie Shannon, Ramos Manica F., October, 2014
Executive Summary
The purpose of this brief is to provide readers with a better understanding of the cultural and contextual factors that affect the engagement of black and Latino families in a variety of programs and services. Strategies for engaging black and…
Torres Alicia, Guzman Lina, Gutierrez Sandra, Yoon Ruth, Moore Kristin Anderson, Caal Selma, Rojas Angela, 25 June, 2014
Multimedia
This webinar discusses findings from an impact study of the Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors program, conducted in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Focus groups provided parents' perspectives and addressed such topics as: diet and healthy…
Torres Alicia, Guzman Lina, Gutierrez Sandra, Yoon Ruth, Moore Kristin Anderson, Caal Selma, Rojas Angela, 25 June, 2014
Other
This PowerPoint presentation accompanies a webinar that discusses findings from an impact study of the Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors program, conducted in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Focus groups provided parents' perspectives and…
Moore Kristin Anderson, Caal Selma, Lawner Elizabeth, Rojas Angela, Walker Karen E., June, 2014
Reports & Papers
The Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors program works with Latino parents of young children to promote practices that foster children's learning and development, parent leadership, and advocacy. Abriendo Puertas is one of the largest programs in the…
Moore Kristin Anderson, Caal Selma, Rojas Angela, Lawner Elizabeth, June, 2014
Executive Summary
The Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors program works with Latino parents of young children to promote practices that foster children's learning and development, parent leadership, and advocacy. Abriendo Puertas is one of the largest programs in the…