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Chaudry Ajay, Morrissey Taryn, Weiland Christina, Yoshikawa Hirokazu, 2017
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The central thesis of this book is that early care and education in the United States must be restructured to support children's learning and behavioral development from birth to school entry, in the context of families' work, economic, and…
Chaudry Ajay, Morrissey Taryn, Weiland Christina, Yoshikawa Hirokazu, 2017
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In this chapter, we describe the current economic and policy contexts facing early care and education in the United States. We discuss the reality that most children live in families in which their parents are employed, as well as the importance of…
Chaudry Ajay, Morrissey Taryn, Weiland Christina, Yoshikawa Hirokazu, 2017
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In this chapter, we argue that given the critical importance of stimulating early childhood experiences, the growing evidence that high-quality early education improves children's school readiness and leads to better education outcomes, the current…
Duncan Greg J., Huston Aletha C., Weisner Thomas S., 2007
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An evaluation of the short- and long-term effects of the New Hope program on the outcomes of the low-income participants and their children
Gornick Janet C., Meyers Marcia K., 2005
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A comparison of the United States' work-family policies to policies of other industrialized nations, which proposes that international work-family policy models could be successfully employed in the United States
Chaudry Ajay, 2004
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A qualitative study of the child care arrangements of 42 low income single working mothers in New York City, based on interviews and observations collected over three years in the period following passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work…
Moynihan Daniel P., Smeeding Timothy M., Rainwater Lee, 2004
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An examination of divorce rate, single-parenthood, and nonmarital cohabitation impact upon public policy and the ways in which public policy can affect the family
Duncan Greg J., Chase-Lansdale P. Lindsay, 2004
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An examination of the evidence and evaluation of whether welfare reform has met one of its chief goals--improving the well-being of the nation's poor children
Johnson Cathy M., Gais Thomas L., 2001
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An examination of the influence of local and state welfare reform policies and implementation procedures on the interests of children after the 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA)
Moore Kristin Anderson, 2001
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An overview of the collaboration between state welfare officials and several federal governmental bodies to analyze the implications of welfare reform on children
Duncan Greg J., Dunifon Rachel E., Doran Morgan Ward, Yeung Jean, 2001
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A nationally representative, longitudinal study comparing welfare-receiving families to working families to determine if the differences have an impact on children's well-being
Mistry Rashmita S., Crosby Danielle A., Huston Aletha C., Casey David M., Ripke Marika N., 2001
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A longitudinal, randomized study evaluating New Hope's (an employment-based antipoverty program) effects on children's well being and an investigation of why the effects occurred
Reynolds Arthur J., 1998
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An evaluation of the implementation of the early childhood intervention program, Chicago-Parent Center (CPCs), and the Chicago Longitudinal Study among eight-grade students between 1983 and 1989
Robins Philip K., 1991
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An investigation of child care from an economic perspective, including discussion of increased female labor force participation, federal and state policies concerning the subsidizing of child care, regulation of child care facilities, key policy…