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ERIC Number: ED069373
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Oct
Pages: 32
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Toward Interagency Coordination: An Overview of Federal Research and Development Activities Relating to Early Childhood, and Recommendations for the Future. (Executive Summary).
Stearns, Marian S.; And Others
The Interagency Panel on Early Childhood Research and Development, convened in the spring of 1970 by the Office of Child Development, reports on its activities among 11 federal agencies over an 18 month period. It conducted a survey of federally funded research in early child learning and development, developed a data bank, and gathered information on what we know and do not know about the subject. It also prepared a report containing a survey of significant research questions, an analysis of fiscal year 1971 early childhood research, a description of FY 1973 federal agency research plans, and an outline of future tasks of the Panel. A summary of this report is included. An appendix summarizes 8 agency plans for research in FY 1973 in chart form under the following headings: The Developmental Process; Effect of Primary Environmental Influences; Effect of Community and Broader Social Programs; The Global Approach and Combined and Comparative Effects; Research to Benefit All Children; Research on Methodology; and Study of Research Planning and Dissemination. (DJ)
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