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Foundation for Child Development, 2020
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
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).
Hage Dave, September, 2012
A discussion of the efforts of philanthropic organizations to secure funding for early childhood education in Minnesota
Scrivner Scott, Wolfe Barbara, October, 2002
An exploration of early childhood education policies and programs in the United States, and a proposal for the financing of the universal provision of preschool for four-year-olds
Raden Anthony, January, 2001
Reports & Papers
A paper describing the development of Georgia's universal prekindergarten program and offering lessons for early education policy makers in other states