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Harrell Margaret C., Lim Nelson, Castaneda Laura W., Golinelli Daniela, 2004
Reports & Papers
An examination of military spouse employment, in terms of factors that make employment problematic, and policy recommendations to help ameliorate military spouse employment issues and align their employment with the military's need to retain…
MacDermid Shelley M., Strauss Rachelle, Robbins Natashia M., Wenz Heather, Chang Yuhsuan, Schwarz Rona L., Weiss Howard M., Kontos Susan, 2004
Reports & Papers
A study of the child care arrangements, satisfaction, and costs of military families with children under six years old, based on survey data
MacDermid Shelley M., Strauss Rachelle, Robbins Natashia M., Wenz Heather, Chang Yuhsuan, Schwarz Rona L., Weiss Howard M., Kontos Susan, 2004
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the child care arrangements, satisfaction, and costs of military families with children under six years old, based on survey data
RAND Corporation, 2002
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A survey of operating costs for the United States military Child Development program as compared to employer- and contractor-provided child care programs
Zellman Gail L., Gates Susan M., 2002
Reports & Papers
A study of the costs associated with providing care to children in Department of Defense (DoD)-operated Child Development Centers (CDCs), Family Child Care (FCC) homes, and centers operated by outside providers under contract
Lucas M. A., 2001
Other
Peer Reviewed
A description of the military approach to providing a system of early education and care for families with young children
Campbell Nancy D., 2001
Other
Peer Reviewed
A review of the steps taken by the military to improve its child care system after the enactment of the Military Child Care Act of 1989.
Smith Linda K., Colker Laura J., 2001
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of creating a national strategy to ensure high quality child care
Campbell Nancy D., Appelbaum Judith C., Martinson Karin, Martin Emily, 2000
Other
An examination of ways in which the military made significant improvements in its child care system, including the military?s approach to improving quality, keeping care affordable for parents, and expanding availability, with lessons on how similar…
United States. Marine Corps, 2000
Other
A publication of policies and standards of the Marine Corps Children and Youth Program, a variety of integrated, balanced, quality programs for eligible children ages 6 weeks to 18 years
Mancini Deborah L., Archambault Claudette, 2000
Other
A slide presentation describing the function of the Military Family Resource Center and related research on military families and communities
United States. General Accounting Office. Health, Education, and Human Services Division, 1999
Reports & Papers
A comparison between the costs of providing early childhood education and care services through military programs and civilian programs
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