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Jones Michael, November, 2015
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At the 2014 White House Summit on Early Education, over $1 billion in private, philanthropic, and federal funding was devoted to pre-K and other early childhood interventions. This amount is a small fraction of the $79 billion that is proposed for…
Campbell-Barr Verity, December, 2013
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The book presents chapters from a number of different countries and extends beyond those of a neo-liberal perspective that one might at first anticipate would appear in a book on childcare markets. The country-specific chapters are broadly speaking…
Major Patricia, 2005
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A review of an argument in favor of a significant expansion of the actual United States government effort towards child care based on evidence from science and care practice as well as on the experiences of the author, a former Associate…
Ghysels Joris, 2005
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A review of an argument in favor of a significant expansion of the actual United States government effort towards child care based on evidence from science and care practice as well as on the experiences of the author, a former Associate…
Tuominen Mary, 2004
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A review of an economic analysis for understanding parents? behavior, providers? behavior, and the links between prices and quantities and qualities of child care
Walker Susan K., 2004
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A review of an argument in favor of a significant expansion of the actual United States government effort towards child care based on evidence from science and care practice as well as on the experiences of the author, a former Associate…
Bromer Juliet, 2003
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A review of an argument in favor of a significant expansion of the actual United States government effort towards child care based on evidence from science and care practice as well as on the experiences of the author, a former Associate…
Chaudry Ajay, 2003
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A review of an economic analysis for understanding parents? behavior, providers? behavior, and the links between prices and quantities and qualities of child care
Khattar Archna, Britner Preston A., 2002
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Adam Emma K., 1999
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A review of an examination of the benefits and long-term impact of early childhood intervention programs for at risk children and their families
Tamburrini Joan, December 1995
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A review of an argument for the privatization of the early education system for children ages 5 and under in England