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11
Jul

Nothing, or almost nothing, to report: early childhood educators and discursive constructions of colorblindness

  ABSTRACT
10
Jul

How do the U.S. & Canadian social safety nets compare for women and children

  OVERVIEW The past 25 years seen substantial reform for both the American and Canadian social safety nets. In both countries, programs for low-income families with children have evolved significantly, more than in...
10
Jul

For income-based childcare fees

  Abstract:
05
Jul

Starting Strong V

Transitions from early childhood education and care to primary education   Abstract
05
Jul

Families children and child care

  Description This longitudinal study of 1,200 children and their families was conducted by a research team led by Professor Kathy Sylva and Professor Alan Stein at the University of Oxford, and Dr. Penelope Leach in...
05
Jul

Indigenous early childhood development programs as ‘hook’ and ‘hub’ for inter-sectoral service delivery

  Abstract This report summarizes key findings of a year-long investigation into the steps taken by Lil'wat Nation, Tl'azt'en Nation, and six of the First Nations in the Treaty 8 Tribal Association to strengthen their...
05
Jul

Time for change: An assessment of government policies on social mobility

1997-2017   OVERVIEW This report finds that:
05
Jul

Minimum wage hike could spell spike in child care fees, daycare operator warns

  EXCERPTS Mississauga child care operator Todd Taus says he would love to give his staff a well-deserved pay raise when Ontario’s minimum wage jumps to $14 in January and then to $15 a year later. But the owner of Kids...
05
Jul

Minimum wage hike could spell spike in child care fees, daycare operator warns

  EXCERPTS Mississauga child care operator Todd Taus says he would love to give his staff a well-deserved pay raise when Ontario’s minimum wage jumps to $14 in January and then to $15 a year later. But the owner of Kids...
05
Jul

Debt & childcare costs drive US fertility to historic low

  EXCERPTS The US fertility rate has edged down to a record low, as young Americans choose to postpone or not have children. The US has seen a steady decline in fertility since the 2007 economic recession. The so-called...

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