5 edition of Examining the implementation and outcomes of the Military Child Care Act of 1989 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gail L. Zellman, Anne S. Johansen.|
|Contributions||Johansen, Anne S. 1958-, National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)., United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.|
|LC Classifications||UH755 .J64 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 258 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||97017873|
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This report examines the implementation and outcomes of the Military Child Care Act of (MCCA) through review and abstraction of military headquarters documents, a worldwide mail survey of child development program managers, and face-to-face interviews with individuals at the Department of Defense, at four major commands, and on 17 local military by: 3.
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This study explores the implementation of one provision of the Military Child Care Act of The MCCA aims to improve the availability and quality of child care services in the military. It also seeks to standardize the delivery and quality of care across installations and military by: Examining the Implementation and Outcomes of the Military Child Care Act of (MROSD, ), analyzed the many changes that the MCCA brought about.
The fourth, Examining the Cost of Military Child Care (MROSD, ), determined the cost of provid-ing care in military child-development centers and family child-care homes. A ﬁfth report, Examining Child Care Need. Examining the Implementation and Outcomes of the Military Child Care Act of Findings From an Evaluation of the Parent Institute for Quality Education Parent Involvement Program Influencing physician response to prenatal substance exposure through state legislation and work-place policies Proctor et al created one widely used framework for this, identifying three possible outcome categories that are separate but interrelated: implementation outcomes, service outcomes, and client/health outcomes 19 Client/health outcomes describe the typical study outcomes of health research including health status and symptoms, satisfaction Author: Vanessa P Ho, Rochelle A Dicker, Elliott R Haut.
The care plan for a child subject to section 31A of the Act (the Court care plan)32 Court care plans and adoption 32 A child in care where accommodation is not provided by the responsible authority • The Care Planning, Placement and Case Review (England) Regulations as. child policy, including childcare.
(For more information on the UNCRC, please see Appendix A.) We will examine legislative developments in greater depth in Chapter 2, but it is worth noting here that the Child Care Act was enacted a year after Ireland signed up to the Size: KB.
and increasingly child research has endorsed participatory ways of ensuring children’s views inform research outcomes. In conducting child research, social researchers have paid growing Children’s Geographies Vol. 6, No. 1, February7–20 Email: [email protected] ISSN print/ISSN online # Taylor & Francis.
In his report on the torture, starvation, and eventual murder of Victoria Climbié, Lord Laming noted that any case of deliberate harm to a child is a serious and potentially fatal condition that deserves the same quality of diagnosis and treatment as a brain tumour or heart disease.
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The military child-care system, the largest system of employer-sponsored child care in the country, has received high marks for providing quality,accessible care for children of military employees. In an effort to control expenses, the Department of Defense (DoD) has considered a number of different approaches to delivering this by: 9.
Child protection is the protection of children from violence, exploitation, abuse and neglect. Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child provides for the protection of children in and out of the home. Child protection systems are a set of usually government-run services designed to protect children and young people who are underage and to encourage family stability.
‘Implementing Child Rights in Early Childhood’ The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child applies to all persons under the age of But reports by states parties on the implementation of the Convention with respect to young children usually cover only certain aspects of health care and education issues.
The prolonged time for the enactment of the revised Children Act, the Alternative Care Framework, and the Approved Home Regulations adversely affects provision of funds and resources to the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, and hence, the implementation of the policies of relevance to realize the principle of the best Author: Monica Olafsen, Archangel Byaruhanga Rukooko, Per Ole Iversen, Per Ole Iversen, Bård A.
Andreassen. Zellman, Gail L. and Anne S. Johansen. Examining the Implementation and Outcomes of the Military Child Care Act of Santa Monica, CA: National Defense Research Institute. (1) The acronym "CARES" stands for "Compensation and Recognition Enhances Stability." (2) The acronym "T.E.A.C.H." stand for "Teacher Education and Compensation Helps.".
Characteristics of child care jobs are summarized, including information about poverty-level earnings, poor benefits, unequal opportunity, and high turnover.
Market pressures that depress wages in this sector are explored with particular attention to the impact of welfare by: Gurwitch and her research team have trained behavioral health care providers who treat military children in this model of care, and are evaluating outcomes to determine its effectiveness with this population.
The final two articles describe intervention programs targeting Author: Johnson, Patti. There were no substantive differences in parent or child outcomes as a function of military branch, thus results are from combined data. Characteristics of Participating Families We have reported pre- and postintervention data from families representing parents ( non–active duty and active duty), with pre- and postassessment Cited by: The following is a complete list of all publications issued by NIOSH.
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Building a stronger child care workforce: a review of studies of the effectiveness of public compensation. The Military Child Care Act of created a new system of child care that demonstrates how a large, fragmented, and poorly operating system can be turned into a universal one with high quality.Measuring gender-transformative change 11 Gender-transformative measurement is multidisciplinary and multilevel 11 Capturing the complex, relational and emergent nature of change 12 Capturing diverse actors’ aspirations and experiences of change 13File Size: KB.Most articles examining the effect of ACT on housing outcomes found positive effects,48,50,52–54,57,58 Homeless persons with severe mental illness who received ACT spent fewer days homeless or more days in stable housing than did participants who received drop-in center services, office-based outpatient treatment, or less proactive case Cited by: