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Smith Sheila, Benavides Veronica, Lamb-Parker Faith, 2019
Reports & Papers
This is a study of the strategies used and supports offered to teachers during classroom visits by education directors, principals, and assistant principals (referred to collectively as "leaders"). The report also includes a qualitative study of…
Smith Sheila, Granja Maribel R., March, 2018
Reports & Papers
This report presents findings from a survey of Maine's early care and education (ECE) teachers and providers about their experiences related to young children with challenging behavior. These experiences included young children displaying different…
Bartlett Jessica Dym, Smith Sheila, Bringewatt Elizabeth H., April, 2017
Other
In this report, we describe early childhood trauma and its effects, offer promising strategies for ECE programs and systems to help young children who have experienced trauma, and present recommendations for state policymakers and other stakeholders…
Bartlett Jessica Dym, Smith Sheila, Bringewatt Elizabeth H., April, 2017
Executive Summary
In this report, we describe early childhood trauma and its effects, offer promising strategies for ECE programs and systems to help young children who have experienced trauma, and present recommendations for state policymakers and other stakeholders…
Smith Sheila, Robbins Taylor, Schneider William, Kreader J. Lee, Ong Christine, January, 2012
Reports & Papers
A study of the features of on-site technical assistance and coaching provided by state child care quality rating and improvement system technical assistance providers, based on interviews with 34 technical assistance providers in 17 states
Kreader J. Lee, Smith Sheila, Schneider William, 09 February, 2011
Multimedia
This webinar discusses the findings of a 17-state survey of the coaching, training, and technical assistance strategies aligned with state quality rating and improvement systems, as well as the resulting trends, questions, and issues for future…
Romero Mariajose, July 2010
Bibliographies
An annotated bibliography of research on and discussion about the use of policy to infuse social inclusion and respect for diversity perspectives into early childhood education
Romero Mariajose, July 2010
Bibliographies
An annotated bibliography on the topic of policy strategies to infuse the social inclusion and respect for diversity perspectives into early childhood education in the Untied States
Romero Mariajose, July 2010
Bibliographies
An annotated bibliography on the topic of the infusion of the concepts of social inclusion and respect for diversity in the social development and educational environments of children from birth through age 10
Klein Lisa G., Knitzer Jane, January 2007
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A guide to the role of intentional curriculum and professional development in increasing low income children's achievement in early literacy and math
Klein Lisa G., Knitzer Jane, September, 2006
Other
An exploration of the role of intentional curriculum and professional development in increasing low-income children's achievement in early literacy and early math, with recommendations for researchers, policymakers, administrators, teachers,…
Klein Lisa G., Knitzer Jane, September, 2006
Executive Summary
Summary of an exploration of the role of intentional curriculum and professional development in increasing low-income children's achievement in early literacy and early math, with recommendations for researchers, policymakers, administrators,…
Johnson Kay, Knitzer Jane, November, 2005
Other

A discussion of fiscal strategies to promote the emotional health of families and young children, highlighting opportunities for policymakers and describing effective social programs

Johnson Kay, Knitzer Jane, November, 2005
Executive Summary
A summary of a discussion of fiscal strategies to promote the emotional health of families and young children, highlighting opportunities for policymakers and describing effective social programs
Yoshikawa Hirokazu, Knitzer Jane, 1997
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the mental health strategies generated by 14 Head Start programs to meet the changing and intensifying mental health needs of participating children, families, and staff