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Emanoil Pamela, Fall 1999
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the need for resources and support mechanisms for informal child care providers
Food Assistance & Nutrition Research (Program : U.S.), United States. Food and Nutrition Service, 1999
Executive Summary
A study of the impact of reimbursement tiering on the number of family child care homes participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program, the number of sponsoring agencies, and the total number of licensed child care homes, independent of…
Hein Maria L., Allan Marjorie, Else John F., 1999
Other
A report on the issues involved in starting and likely income from running a home-based child care business
Carabin Helene, Gyorkos Theresa W., Soto Julio C., Penrod John, Joseph Lawrence, Collet Jean-Paul, 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study examining the direct and indirect costs (e.g., medication, time off from work) of illnesses in toddlers attending Canadian child care centers
Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut, 1999
Executive Summary
A summary of findings from a study regarding low income families' use of informal child care
Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut, 1999
Reports & Papers
A report presenting findings from a study on informal child care with a focus on the use of this care by low income families in Connecticut
Litman Maureen, Anderson Carrie, Andrican Lyn, Buria Brenda, Christy Cindy, Koski Becki, Renton Pat, 1999
Other
Peer Reviewed
A description of the implementation of the Arrowhead Head Start Family Child Care Program in Virginia, Minnesota
Bale James F., Zimmerman Bridget, Dawson Jeffrey D., Souza Inara, Petheram Susan J., Murph Jody R., 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An investigation of the rate that young children are exposed to cytomegalovirus in family child care homes as compared with the rate of exposure in child care centers
Cordell Ralph L., Waterman Stephen H., Chang Albert, Saruwatari Mitchell, Brown Monica, Solomon Steven L., 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the rate of provider-reported absences due to illness for young children attending child care centers as compared with the rate of absences for attendees of family child care homes
Child Action, Inc., 1999
Reports & Papers
Two surveys describing characteristics of the Sacramento County, California, child care workforce, one focusing on child care workers and the other focusing on family child care providers
Holloway Susan D., 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of different religions? approach to early childhood education and care, based on interviews with teachers and directors at four Christian and four Buddhist programs in Japan
Lamb Michael E., 1999
Other
A summary of the association of non-parental child care on children?s development
Kerrebrock Nancy, Lewit Eugene M., 1999
Other
Peer Reviewed
A summary of findings from national surveys on the use of self-care, focusing on prevalence, age of the child, parental employment, family income, and risks of leaving children to care for themselves.
Wittenstrom Kimberly, 1999
Reports & Papers
An inquiry into the perceptions of family child care providers on their work as child care workers, based on interviews with 25 female providers of family child care
Saggers Sherry, Grant Jan, 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the beliefs of family child care providers on the difference between their provision of services and actual mothering, based on a survey of 225 family child care providers in Western Australia