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Carnoy Martin, Marachi Roxana, February, 2020
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This is an overview of the current use of privately-funded "pay for success"-type funding mechanisms for funding social services, including early care and educaton. It discusses the technical, technological, data, and ethics issues encountered in…
Tse Allison E., Warner Mildred, 2018
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In a growing number of U.S. cities, social impact bonds (SIBs) introduce an experimental strategy into the politics of fiscal constraint. With limited political willpower and public funding, some have used SIBs to leverage new support for social…
Pritzker J. B., Bradach Jeffrey L., Kaufmann Katherine, 2015
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We believe that increased private and public investment in helping low-income young children prepare for kindergarten is one of the smartest investments that we can make. These investments should support the outcomes that matter most--those that…
Blum Eva Tansky, 2013
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An overview of Grow Up Great, a corporate philanthropic effort to support early childhood education opportunities for disadvantaged children
Women's Economic Security Campaign, September 2010
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An exploration of the links between child care and women's economic security, and a discussion of the role of private women's funders in the improvements of the availability of quality child care to low-income women
Colvin Richard Lee, Snider Justin, 2010
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A collection of arguments for the increased investment of private businesses in early childhood education and care programs and services
Connors Dana F., Summer/Fall 2009
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A description of business community involvement in the dialogue to help steer planning for investments in early care and education for Maine?s youngest children
Ittig Maureen, Adams Diane B., Edie David, Riley David Allen, Roach Mary A., 2004
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An analysis of the costs and benefits of public prekindergarten initiatives
Johnson Jennifer, Rahmanou Hedieh, Shaw April, Neuman Melissa, Golin Stacie, 2001
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A directory of federal government agencies, research, policy, analysis, advocacy organizations, philanthropic organizations, and unions providing resources to assist the financing of child care
Davis Jerry S., Wohlford Jill, 2001
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An inquiry into the feasibility of adapting higher education loan programs for use by families to fund early childhood education and care
Monroe Helen, 2001
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An outline of the process to create an endowment, and an exploration of the feasibility of using community-based endowments to fund early childhood education and care initiatives
Kagan Sharon Lynn, Neuman Michelle J., 1997
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A description of the Quality 2000: Advancing Early Care and Education initiative which would provide accessible high quality early child care programs to all children from birth to age five whose parents choose to enroll them