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Mitchell Anne (Anne W.), Horowitz Michelle, August, 2015
Bibliographies
Financing quality early care and education programs is an area of high interest for policymakers across the nation. This document identifies selected resources on using tax policy, especially refundable tax credits, as a financing strategy for early…
Connors-Tadros Lori, Horowitz Michelle, July, 2014
Bibliographies
This document highlights selected resources CEELO identified to support early childhood teachers participating in state educator evaluation systems. (author abstract)
Romero Mariajose, July 2010
Bibliographies
An annotated bibliography of select research and policy-related resources published since 2005 on the social inclusion of individuals of diverse identities in both education and peer groups and the development of respect for diversity in children…
Yakymenko Liudmyla, 2006
Bibliographies
An annotated bibliography of Soviet-era government resources describing ?Social pre-school education? programs, and providing pedagogical guidelines and other supportive information for staff and parents participating in public education preschool…
Child Trends, n.d.
Bibliographies
Links to 32 publications of Child Trends published as a result of the Child Care and Early Education Policy Research Analysis (CCEEPRA) Project from 2008 to 2013