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Foundation for Child Development, 2020
Other
This volume is intended to initiate a conversation among applied researchers who wish to use their methodological skills to help policymakers and practitioners design questions and get answers that can enhance the quality of life for all young…
Foundation for Child Development, 2020
Other
This resource provides 12 chapter summaries based on the full publication, Getting it Right: Using Implementation Research to Improve Outcomes in Early Care and Education (Foundation for Child Development, 2020).
Ryan Sharon, Lobman Carrie, October, 2006
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An outline of efforts taken in New Jersey to upgrade the qualifications of the prekindergarten teaching workforce as part of a statewide initiative to reduce the achievement gap in the state's poorest school districts
Ray Aisha, Bowman Barbara T., Robbins Jean, October, 2006
Reports & Papers
A study of the diversity-related content and language in state boards' of higher education and professional accreditation organizations' early childhood teacher standards
Ray Aisha, Bowman Barbara T., Robbins Jean, October, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the diversity-related content and language in state boards' of higher education and professional accreditation organizations' early childhood teacher standards
Ray Aisha, Bowman Barbara T., Robbins Jean, October, 2006
Reports & Papers
A study of whether early childhood teacher bachelor's degree requirements meet the developmental and educational needs of children with special needs, racial and ethnic minority children, children from low-income families, immigrant children, and…
Ray Aisha, Bowman Barbara T., Robbins Jean, October, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of whether early childhood teacher bachelor's degree requirements meet the developmental and educational needs of children with special needs, racial and ethnic minority children, children from low-income families, immigrant…
National Task Force on Early Childhood Education for Hispanics, August, 2006
Other
An overview of educational and training requirements for teachers in different types of prekindergarten programs, and the importance of cultural and linguistic competency to serve the needs of the growing Hispanic student population
Boots Shelley Waters, 2006
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of strategies for the preparation and qualifications of prekindergarten through third grade teachers
Vecchiotti Sara, July, 2001
Other
A study of the career development of the child care workforce
Nelson Julie, April, 2001
Other
A study of why the wages and salaries of early child care workers are low
Vecchiotti Sara, 2001
Bibliographies
An annotated bibliography of early education materials focusing on public policies in a comparative perspective, professional development and working conditions, and state and local initiatives.
Whitebook Marcy, Bellm Dan, 2001
Reports & Papers
A narrative of the movement to improve child care compensation over the last quarter century authored by one its leaders
Whitebook Marcy, 2001
Reports & Papers
A narrative of the movement to improve child care compensation over the last quarter century authored by one its leaders
Ripple Carol H., 2000
Other
A summary of a meeting on improving compensation for the Early Childhood Workforce derived from a convening of a group of 18 representatives of diverse disciplines concerned about child-and elder-care compensation