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Lloyd Eva, March 2008
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A review of a presentation of thirty key terms and practices in the field of early education
Pound Linda, March 2008
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A scheme for leadership and management of child care and early education centers, emphasizing the importance of play, fun, and humor
Rivas Lynn May, 2005
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Documentation of the experiences of family child-care providers, the most understudied type of all providers based on interviews with 20 family childcare providers of various ethnic and class backgrounds in the state of Washington
Clare Ann, 2005
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A review of an examination of family day care policy and organization, understandings of family day care, and ways in which family day care meets the diverse needs of children and parents in 10 countries in western and central Europe, including…
Rauscher Lauren, 2005
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Documentation of the experiences of family child-care providers, the most understudied type of all providers based on interviews with 20 family childcare providers of various ethnic and class backgrounds in the state of Washington
Cesarone Bernard, 2005
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A review of an examination of ?El Comienzo?, a project of the California Child Care Initiative Project initiated in 1990, California?s community based child care and referral agencies attempting to improve the delivery of child care services for…
Henly Julia R., 2004
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Documentation of the experiences of family child-care providers, the most understudied type of all providers based on interviews with 20 family childcare providers of various ethnic and class backgrounds in the state of Washington
Stevens Madeleine, 2004
Book Reviews
Peer Reviewed
A review of an examination of family day care policy and organization, understandings of family day care, and ways in which family day care meets the diverse needs of children and parents in 10 countries in western and central Europe, including…