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United States. Department of the Treasury, September 2021
Executive Summary

This is an executive summary of an outline of problems and description of fundamental economic principles faced by the child care sector in the United States. It is part of the discussion surrounding President Biden's Build Back Better Agenda…

Public Citizens for Children and Youth, October, 2019
Executive Summary
Here's what can happen if we make sure the families who are low and mid-income can afford high-quality care for their babies and toddlers: Children get a strong start in life and their parents can work and know their child's development is being…
Whitehurst Grover J., 20 December, 2018
Executive Summary
I propose a different way of thinking about the role of early experience, which I call the good-enough model. It is an evolutionary perspective that sees the human species as having evolved in circumstances that support normal development of brain…
Council for Exceptional Children. Division for Early Childhood, National Association for the Education of Young Children, December 2009
Executive Summary
Peer Reviewed
Highlights of a discussion of a proposed standard definition of early childhood inclusion and the need for its national adaptation, and recommendations for the improvement of inclusive early childhood services
Moss Peter, July 2009
Executive Summary
A summary of a definition and comparison of two theoretical approaches, the market model and the model of democratic experimentalism, to understanding and providing early childhood education and care services
Council for Exceptional Children. Division for Early Childhood, National Association for the Education of Young Children, April, 2009
Executive Summary
Highlights of a discussion of a proposed standard definition of early childhood inclusion and the need for its national adaptation, and recommendations for the improvement of inclusive early childhood services
Pence Alan R., Nsamenang A. Bame, October 2008
Executive Summary
A summary of a discussion and critique of the homogenization of the image of the child in the early child development field, with a focus on the concept of early childhood in sub-Saharan Africa
Education Writers Association (Washington, D.C.), April, 2006
Executive Summary
A study of editors' and reporters' perceptions of and approaches to covering prekindergarten issues, based on a survey of 134 reporters and editors from 120 newspapers and other media
Evans Judith, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of a review of current literature on the nature and impact of parenting programs aimed at the care and education of young children
Child Trends, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of an overview of key findings, methodological developments, and policy implications from selected research projects funded by the Child Care Bureau, focusing on projects that study the use and effects of child care subsidies, parental…