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Koning Ashley, Morgan Kyle, 2021
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Ipsos Public Affairs (Ipsos) conducted the Fall 2020 Home Learning Study on behalf of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The study collected data about life at home with young children during the COVID-19 pandemic. Respondents answered…
Taylor Crystal, Lehmann Christine, Hightower A. Dirk, MacGowan, III Andrew, Van Wagner Genemarie, Brugger Lauri, January, 2011
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Results for measures used in the thirteenth year of an assessment of quality, parental satisfaction, and child outcomes in early childhood programs in Rochester, New York, based on parent surveys and observations of children and their classrooms
Mitchell Linda, 2008
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Highlights of findings from an examination of available early childhood education and care services in New Zealand, and an exploration of parental perceptions of these programs
Gramiak Walt, Hightower A. Dirk, Brugger Lauri, Van Wagner Genemarie, MacGowan, III Andrew, Baker Amy C., October, 2006
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Statistical data supplementing an annual report of the status of parent satisfaction with, quality of, and child outcomes in early childhood programs in Rochester, New York, based on parent surveys and child and classroom observations
Barbarin Oscar, McCandies Terry T., Early Diane Marie, Clifford Richard M., Bryant Donna M., Burchinal Margaret, Howes Carollee, Pianta Robert C., 2006
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Peer Reviewed
A description of the meaning of program quality for a representative group of parents of children enrolled in public prekindergarten programs, with a comparison of educators? and families? concepts of quality
Gramiak Walt, Hightower A. Dirk, Brugger Lauri, Van Wagner Genemarie, MacGowan, III Andrew, Baker Amy C., October, 2005
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Statistical data supplementing an annual report of the status of parent satisfaction with, quality of, and child outcomes in early childhood programs in Rochester, New York, based on parent surveys and child and classroom observations
Afterschool Alliance, August, 2005
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A review of evaluations of the impact of after school programs on student safety, behavior, and discipline, and on parents' concerns about their children's safety
Rice Rena, 2005
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A collection of essays on experiences with family, friend, and neighbor child care among low-income parents and caregivers in the United States
Millward Christine, 1996
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Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the influences on parent decisions about child care in urban areas
Zeak Glenna, 1996
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Peer Reviewed
A study of the impact of family variables on the cognitive ability of children in a Head Start program
Larner Mary, Phillips Deborah A., 1994
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An examination of the different ways in which parents from different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds define and evaluate child care quality, based on a selection of results from qualitative studies in the United States
Silverstein Louise, 1993
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Peer Reviewed
A summary of recent social policy revisions in both primate research and sociobiological theory on male parenting behaviors
Phares Vicky, 1993
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Peer Reviewed
A commentary regarding human fathers' involvement with their children
Sonenstein Freya Lund, 1991
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A discussion of measuring preferences surrounding parents' child care arrangements with special attention paid to the choice between parental care and nonparental care, and the choices among nonparental arrangements
Michelson William, 1980
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A discussion of spatial and temporal dimensions of child care arrangements and women?s participation in the labor force