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United States. Department of the Air Force, 01 March, 1998
Other
A guide for the implementation of educational programs sponsored by the Air Force
United States. Department of the Army, 1997
Other
A description of the policy and procedures for the establishment of Child Development Services (CDS) under the United States Army
Zellman Gail L., Johansen Anne, 1996
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of pressure put upon child care providers located on military installations to become accredited or certified
United States. Department of Defense, 1996
Other
A guide for the implementation of educational programs sponsored by the Military Services programs under the Department of Defense
Zellman Gail L., Johansen Anne, 1995
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An evaluation of whether child care services were meeting the needs of parents and military officials
Zellman Gail L., Johansen Anne, Van Winkle Jeannette, 1994
Reports & Papers
A study assessing the value of military Child Development Center accreditation over the benefits associated with Department of Defense certification
Zellman Gail L., Johansen Anne, Meredith Lisa S., 1992
Reports & Papers
A survey-based assessment of how current military child care systems meet families' needs in terms of accessibility, quality, readiness, and affordability, and recommendations for new policies regarding the organization and structure of military…