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Morland Lyn, Levine Tarima, September, 2016
Other
Peer Reviewed
In this article, we briefly describe collaboration between early childhood education programs and refugee resettlement and other immigrant-serving organizations as an effective strengths-based strategy for improving culturally responsive systems and…
McDevitt Seung Eun, September, 2016
Book Reviews
Peer Reviewed
Tobin, Arzubiaga and Adair invite us to listen carefully to the forgotten voices of our very essential members in the field of early childhood education: immigrant parents and teachers. The book is relevant in our current context of early childhood…
Song Won O., Song SuJin, Nieves Violeta, Gonzalez Andie, Crockett Elahe T., 27 July, 2016
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Background: Children enrolled in Migrant and Seasonal Head Start (MSHS) programs are at high risks of health problems. Although non-family child care providers play important roles on children's health status as role models, educators, program…

Vocke Karen S., Westine Carl, Applegate Brooks, VanDonkelaar Ilse Schweitzer, July-September 2016
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This survey and interview-based study examined the perspectives of 30 of the 38 migrant directors in Michigan, covering 26 summer migrant programs. Among the findings of this study were an unexpected inverse relationship between the size of programs…
Gross Jeff, Ntagengwa Christine, March, 2016
Reports & Papers
This report begins with an overview of ECEC service provision in the United States. It then describes refugee populations in Massachusetts and how refugee families access child-care services, including the process of obtaining child-care vouchers…
Gross Jeff, Ntagengwa Christine, March, 2016
Executive Summary
This report begins with an overview of ECEC service provision in the United States. It then describes refugee populations in Massachusetts and how refugee families access child-care services, including the process of obtaining child-care vouchers…
Morland Lyn, Ives Nicole, McNeely Clea, Allen Chenoa, March, 2016
Reports & Papers
This study reveals the challenges and successes of collaboration between refugee resettlement services and Head Start, and demonstrates that increasing the Head Start enrollment of young children in refugee families is possible through intersectoral…
Morland Lyn, Ives Nicole, McNeely Clea, Allen Chenoa, March, 2016
Executive Summary
This study reveals the challenges and successes of collaboration between refugee resettlement services and Head Start, and demonstrates that increasing the Head Start enrollment of young children in refugee families is possible through intersectoral…
Becker Birgit, Boldin Elena, Klein Oliver, January, 2016
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A lack of adequate German language skills is often discussed as a major reason for the disadvantage of children of immigrants in the German educational system. This article analyses the access to formal and informal early education of Turkish-origin…
Hanson Devlin, Adams Gina, Koball Heather, January, 2016
Reports & Papers
This report describes the unique preschool participation patterns and demographic characteristics of low-income families in Silicon Valley. It is one of two studies conducted by the Urban Institute to examine participation in higher-quality early…
Hanson Devlin, Adams Gina, Koball Heather, January, 2016
Executive Summary
This report describes the unique preschool participation patterns and demographic characteristics of low-income families in Silicon Valley. It is one of two studies conducted by the Urban Institute to examine participation in higher-quality early…
Greenberg Erica, Adams Gina, Michie Molly, January, 2016
Reports & Papers
This report is the second of two studies conducted by the Urban Institute to better understand barriers to low-income children of immigrants participating in higher-quality preschool programs in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties (which make up most…
Greenberg Erica, Adams Gina, Michie Molly, January, 2016
Executive Summary
The Urban Institute has explored the unique barriers to preschool participation for low-income children in Silicon Valley in two reports. The first provides a demographic profile of low-income preschool-age children in San Mateo and Santa Clara…
Adams Gina, Koball Heather, Greenberg Erica, Hanson Devlin, Michie Molly, January, 2016
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This brief synthesizes two research studies on the unique nature of barriers to preschool participation among low-income children in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, which together make up Silicon Valley in northern California: The first study…
Lee Helly, Walker Christina, Golden Olivia, 01 December, 2015
Other
This brief highlights themes and action steps drawn from a roundtable on Two-Generational Strategies to Improve Immigrant Family and Child Outcomes, hosted by the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), with support from the Annie E. Casey…