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ERIC Number: ED073825
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 168
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Spotlight on Day Care. Proceedings of the National Conference on Day Care Services (Washington, D.C., May 13-15, 1965).
Children's Bureau (DHEW), Washington, DC.
The proceedings of the National Conference on Day Care Services are reported. Addresses before general sessions were: (1)"The Nation Looks at Day Care Services" by Hubert H. Humphrey; (2) "Spotlight on Day Care" by Ellen Winston; (3) "Education and Welfare: Allies Against Poverty" by Francis Keppel; (4) "Twenty Percent of the Nation" by Julius B. Richmond; and (5) "A Time for Action" by Abraham A. Ribicoff. Addresses before subconferences were: (1) "The Nation's Working Mothers and the Need for Day Care" by Mary Dublin Keyserling; (2) "The Meaning of Day Care for Business and Industry" by W. O. Heinze; (3) "The Meaning of Day Care for Labor" by Leo Perlis; (4) "The American Family--Image and Reality" by James R. Dumpson; (5) "Cognitive Development of Preschool Children in Culturally Deprived Families" by Robert D. Hess; (6) "A Spectrum of Services for Children" by Katherine B. Oettinger; (7) "Research Adds New Dimensions to Day Care Services for Children" by Milton J. D. Senn; and (8) "Organization Problems in Expanding Day Care Services" by John Neimeyer. The recommendations of the work groups concerned mobilizing the community, costs and financing day care, variety of day care services, parent involvement, administration, salary scales and personnel policies, staff for day care services, licensing and standards, and research. (KM)
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 (Children's Bureau Publication No. 438-1966, $0.55)
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Sponsor: National Committee for the Day Care of Children, New York, NY.; Child Welfare League of America, Inc., New York, NY.
Authoring Institution: Children's Bureau (DHEW), Washington, DC.