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Frabutt James M., Waldron Rachel, September, 2013
Peer Reviewed
Early childhood is a critically formative stage of human development and the educational experiences of children at this young age impact their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical competencies. In the U.S., early childhood education has grown…
Lewsader Joellen, May, 2013
Reports & Papers
Multiple types of child care are exempt from state licensure or regulation yet research has shown that stricter adherence to standards for a child care program predicts higher quality programs. This study compares three groups of church-sponsored…
Wright David J., Montiel Lisa M., January 2008
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the various forms that faith-based organizations can take, an overview of the services they can provide, the legal environment in which they operate, a discussion of their effectiveness at service provision, and a consideration of…
Taylor Susan B., January 2008
Peer Reviewed
A description of the efforts of one church located in an impoverished section of Washington, DC to respond to the needs of low-income families with infants and toddlers through early care and education for children, employment opportunities to the…
Adams Gina, Rohacek Monica, 2002
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
An examination of the characteristics of subsidized and unsubsidized providers, exploring how subsidy policies affect their experiences. The study also describes the participation of faith-based organizations in the child care subsidy system and the…
Dionne E.J., Chen Ming Hsu, 2001
A book section discussing the role of faith-based organizations in child care, including a survey of congregation-based child care, faith-based involvement in after school programs, maintaining quality in faith-based child care, and church-based…