Governing Young Children Families and their Care

The primary purpose of this book is to speak to the construction of the field of early childhood education and child care, children and families, as well as the concept of welfare and well-being in the United States of America.

Governing Young Children  Families  and their Care

Author: Marianne N. Bloch

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9780230621770

Page: 256

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The primary purpose of this book is to speak to the construction of the field of early childhood education and child care, children and families, as well as the concept of welfare and well-being in the United States of America. A second purpose is to contextualize an historical and policy analysis of early education and child care within the United States as part of a broader dialogue that examines alternative and critically-oriented theoretical framings for policy analysis and action, situating US educational and child care policy debates as part of, and yet different from, a broader set of discourses that construct concepts of welfare and childhood(s) globally and locally. The proposed volume will use a notion of the "history of the present" to examine the rise of different governing discourses that have resulted in different truth regimes within the United States that remain difficult to penetrate, or to question today. The dominance of developmental discourses and the privileging of "hard science" as the only ways to construct what is normal and good, effective/ineffective, high or low quality, remains. In addition, currently these discourses and practices appear to be "traveling" or spreading beyond the borders of the USA to other countries, with the discursive rationalities and practices from other countries only now beginning to be influential in the US. However, ideas have circulated in complex directions at other periods, and they continue to travel in complex ways today, also.

Governing Children Families and Education

This is a collection of essays that address the international changes in welfare policy.

Governing Children  Families and Education

Author: M. Bloch

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781403962256

Page: 348

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This is a collection of essays that address the international changes in welfare policy. The book discusses the new patterns of governing associated with the notions of welfare, care, and education that emerge during the late Twentieth and early Twenty-first-centuries. The issues examined are, among others, the role of international donors and their emphasis on efficiency and lower social subsidies, international migration and its impact on welfare policy inclusions (and exclusions), and national policy change. While representing many different locations and traditions, contributors work within a variety of critical theoretical perspectives that critique our cultural ways of reasoning about the care and education of the child, the role and practice of the state, and the social and cultural construction of citizenship and nationhood.

Governing Children Families and Education

The day nursery was a care institution, which should only be applied in
emergency situations.” Their view was that, primarily, women without children or
mothers with older children should be wage-earners. Should mothers with young
children ...

Governing Children  Families and Education

Author: M. Bloch

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 113708023X

Page: 348

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This is a collection of essays that address the international changes in welfare policy. The book discusses the new patterns of governing associated with the notions of welfare, care, and education that emerge during the late Twentieth and early Twenty-first-centuries. The issues examined are, among others, the role of international donors and their emphasis on efficiency and lower social subsidies, international migration and its impact on welfare policy inclusions (and exclusions), and national policy change. While representing many different locations and traditions, contributors work within a variety of critical theoretical perspectives that critique our cultural ways of reasoning about the care and education of the child, the role and practice of the state, and the social and cultural construction of citizenship and nationhood.

Tax Rules Governing Private Foundations

The analytic framework set out in CDF's publication , Children Without Homes (
1979 ) , has been used by a number of ... Two 1982 CDF publications , The Child
Care Handbook and Employed Parents and Their Children , present the latest ...

Tax Rules Governing Private Foundations

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Oversight

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Page: 1686

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Young Children

CANDIDATES FOR TREASURER My efforts on behalf of children and families I
have worked in the early childhood field for more than three decades . ... of the
school , a nonprofit child care center that brought African American and White
children and their families together in a collective ... Chapel Hill , North Carolina
Contributions I would bring to NAEYC as a member of the Governing Board I
believe in .

Young Children

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The Child in the World The World in the Child

In L. D. Soto (Ed.), The politics of early childhood education. (pp. 7–32). New
York: Peter Lang. Bloch, M. N., Popkewitz, T. S., Holmlund, K., & Moqvist, I. (2003)
. Global and local patterns of governing the child, family, their care, and
education: ...

The Child in the World The World in the Child

Author: M. Bloch

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230601669

Page: 239

View: 687

The contributors look at universalizing discourses concerning young children across the globe, which purport to describe everyone in a scientific and neutral way, but actually create mechanisms through which children are divided and excluded. The contributors to this book employ post-structuralist, postcolonial, and feminist theoretical frameworks.

Child Care Policy at the Crossroads

Getting to Five Dollars - per - Day Child Care and the Early Childhood Centers Of
course a major dimension of family policy reform in 1997 ... They are governed by
a nonprofit corporation , with a majority of parents on the governing council , and
offer different kinds of child ... There are twenty centers operating in Aboriginal
communities , and an agreement is being developed to transfer administrative ...

Child Care Policy at the Crossroads

Author: Sonya Michel

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415927055

Page: 352

View: 909

The contributors in this volume use current polices for the care of infants and preschool children to analyze debates and track the emergence of new state welfare practices across a variety of social and political configurations.

YC Young Children

On June 1 we welcome Sue Russell as the next NAEYC Governing Board
president . ... There were then about a dozen centers , five Head Start programs ,
and a few dozen family child care homes in the entire state ( today there are 600 -
plus ...

YC Young Children

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The System of Care Handbook

Family - driven care means that families have a primary decisionmaking role in
the care of their own children , as well as the policies and procedures governing
care for all children in their community , state , tribe , and nation . Similarly , youth
 ...

The System of Care Handbook

Author: Beth A. Stroul

Publisher: Brookes Pub

ISBN:

Page: 726

View: 153

Address the urgent need for individualized, coordinated mental health care with this book--the only one-stop reference for establishing, evaluating, and improving services and systems of care for children and adolescents with mental health challenges and their families. The new cornerstone of the highly respected Systems of Care for Children's Mental Health series, this comprehensive volume helps administrators, program developers, and clinicians from mental health and partner child-serving systems skillfully navigate every key issue they may encounter on the road to effective service delivery. Weaving all the latest research and best practices into a single accessible handbook, more than 60 expert contributors give readers the in-depth, practical knowledge they need to develop comprehensive, community-based, coordinated systems of care for youth with mental health challenges and their families avoid duplication and fragmentation of services across mental health and other child-serving systems develop individualized care plans for children with complex needs and implement the "wraparound" approach to service delivery incorporate evidence-based practices into systems of care use smart financing strategies that make the most of multiple funding streams ensure the full participation of families and youth in service planning and delivery improve services and care coordination across a variety of systems--schools, child welfare, juvenile justice work effectively with youth and families from diverse backgrounds and communities conduct accurate program evaluation and continuous quality improvement use the best professional development strategies to ensure a skilled and dedicated workforce Throughout the book, extended case studies of children, youth, families, and successful programs take readers beyond the abstract and reveal in vivid detail how high-quality services can transform the lives of children and youth--from early childhood to their transition to adulthood--as well as their families and caregivers. A must-own compendium of knowledge for anyone involved in shaping the future of mental health services, this book is the new blueprint for systems of care that truly respond to the needs of children, youth and families. Learn more about the Systems of Care for Children's Mental Health series.

Young Children and Foster Care

... which they were born? What services are provided to help families raise their
children? ... Information about the laws and policies governing the child welfare
system and the types of intervention it offers may help to answer these questions.

Young Children and Foster Care

Author: Judith Ann Silver

Publisher: Paul H Brookes Publishing Company

ISBN:

Page: 509

View: 394

Focused on infants and young children from birth to age 5, this book offers a multidisciplinary discussion of the needs of children and families involved with the child welfare system. It features basic information on child development, highlights key concerns and issues for children in the child welfare system, and presents expert advice on aspects of care that are often overlooked in child welfare.

The Federal Reporter

The ulations governing family day care , Donomajority of children receiving care
in famivan v . ... whether the regulation of aware that such children , away from
their family day care homes is “ sufficiently perparents , need the special
protection ...

The Federal Reporter

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Food and Nutrition Bulletin

Vital was no longer merely a stick tool attached to a stone families in which
parents and children learn together tool . ... beneficial caring from the and
ideologies governing care and their implications past . for the nutrition of young
children .

Food and Nutrition Bulletin

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Governing Greater Boston

The second approach is to contract with the local child care resource and referral
agency ( CCR & R ) to provide vouchers to a second set of families who find their
own child care providers . In general , non - welfare families contract directly ...

Governing Greater Boston

Author: Charles C. Euchner

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780971842717

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Families Schools and Communities Together for Young Children

Program staff engage with families to learn from their knowledge of their child ' s
interests , approaches to learning , and ... families on at least a weekly basis
regarding children ' s activities and developmental milestones , shared
caregiving ...

Families  Schools  and Communities Together for Young Children

Author: Donna Lee Couchenour

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN:

Page: 384

View: 739

Families, Schools, and Communities: Together for Young Children, 3e is a book geared to meet national standards relating to forming family and community partnerships in teacher preparation programs, and reflects current research and best practice in education. The book has two sections: Understanding Families and Application to Educational Settings covering current, and contemporary issues faced by families. The third edition adds a complete chapter on fostering family involvement in academic content areas including math, literacy, science, and social studies. This new chapter contains specific ideas and strategies for increasing family involvement in the community and in schools, as well as learning at home. New information is included about working with military families, addressing issues of childhood obesity, teaching children about financial literacy and managing money, and advocacy efforts for children and families.

Babies and Bosses Reconciling Work and Family Life Volume 1

In both Australia28 and the Netherlands there remain concerns that workers with
young children have low status ... In both Denmark and the Netherlands , rules
governing child - to - staff ratios in centre - based care , are determined locally .

Babies and Bosses   Reconciling Work and Family Life  Volume 1

Author: OECD

Publisher: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

ISBN:

Page: 240

View: 695

"Analyses the existing mix of family-friendly policy measures." - foreword.

Changing Child Care

Five Decades of Child Care Advocacy and Policy in Canada Susan Prentice.
brought agreement in ... The centres are governed as a non - profit corporation ,
with parents a majority on the governing council . Offering different kinds of child
 ...

Changing Child Care

Author: Susan Prentice

Publisher: Halifax, N.S. : Fernwood Pub.

ISBN:

Page: 220

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Examining when and why governments implement progressive childcare policies, this study takes a look at the different systems Canadians have adopted over the past five decades and argues that childcare is better understood as a public responsibility.

Working Paper Series

R & Rs maintain and continually update their databases on prices , availability of
care , and care characteristics for all ... Centers compete with family child care
homes , particularly for the care of young children ( infants and toddlers ) and
school - age children . ... In addition , state and local regulations governing
centers are different for different age groups , being more stringent for younger
children .

Working Paper Series

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Colorado Revised Statutes

... of education in partnership with the state department or a not - for - profit
association that has as one of its primary interests the education of young
children ; ( 5.7 ) Explore new methods of regulating and deregulating family child
care homes ...

Colorado Revised Statutes

Author: Colorado

Publisher:

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