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ERIC Number: ED071777
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Sep-7
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Child Care is Everybody's Baby: A Comprehensive Report of Child Care Services, Past, Present, and Future at M.I.T. Final Child Care Proposals as Accepted by M.I.T.
Swartz, Marilyn S.
The report on child care services at M.I.T. explores the following areas: (1) Planning Issues: Why Should M.I.T. Be Involved in Child Care?--educational concerns, services, benefits and costs, priorities, resource allocation; (2) Background for Planning; Current Institute Child Care Programs--a concise history, M.I.T. summer day camp, the Technology Nursery School, Inc., KLH Child Development Center contractual program with M.I.T., pediatric clinic, family day care, number of people involved in M.I.T. child care work; (3) Planning Considerations: Present and Potential Need; (4) Planning Criteria for Child Care Programs--concerns and goals of a child care service, overview--program characteristics, types of programs; (5) Planning Proposals--administrative structure, a day care center, a formalized family day care program, cooperative child care programs and playgroups, summary of estimated costs to the Institute for proposed programs; and (6) Epilogue: Questions for the Future. Nine appendices present: (1) Institute benefits and services, a brief compilation; (2) summary of Federal subsidies for child care; (3) national notice of M.I.T. child care programs; (4) schedule of day care week; (5) people involved in child care at M.I.T.; (6) location and transportation determinants; (7) child care equipment and toys effective for skill development; (8) administrative duties for M.I.T. child care programs; and (9) an M.I.T. nursery and day care program alternative. The final proposal describes costs and/or other administrative matters for all the child care programs involved. (For related document, see PS 006 328.) (KM)
Descriptors: Child Care, Day Camp Programs, Day Care, Day Care Centers, Employed Women, Equipment, Family Programs, Federal Aid, Financial Support, Fringe Benefits, Home Programs, Labor Relations, Nursery Schools, Preschool Education, Program Costs, Program Descriptions, Program Development, Tables (Data), Toys
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Authoring Institution: Massachusetts Inst. of Tech., Cambridge. Planning Office.