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Rich Michael J., Haspel Moshe, February, 2010
Reports & Papers

An analysis of neighborhood indicators to determine the ability of Atlanta, Georgia to prepare children to enter school ready to learn and succeed, including information on family demographics, available early childhood programs, and children's…

Barry Matthew, Montagu Lisa, Buckley Pamela, September, 2008
Executive Summary

A summary of an analysis of neighborhood indicators to determine Denver, Colorado's ability to prepare children to enter school ready to learn and succeed, including information on family demographics, availability of early childhood programs,…

Barry Matthew, Montagu Lisa, Buckley Pamela, September, 2008
Reports & Papers
An analysis of neighborhood indicators to determine Denver, Colorado's ability to prepare children to enter school ready to learn and succeed, including information on family demographics, availability of early childhood programs, and children's…
Coulton Claudia J., Fischer Robert Louis, June, 2008
Reports & Papers
A discussion of opportunities to improve the delivery of programs and services through the early childhood system in Cuyahoga County, Ohio through the provision of more services to at-risk children and families and the strategic location of services