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ERIC Number: ED432398
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998-Oct
Pages: 78
Abstractor: N/A
Profiles of Public-Private Partnerships for Child Care. The Child Care Partnership Project.
Finance Project, Washington, DC.
The profiles of programs collected in this report were developed as part of the Child Care Partnership Project, a multi-year technical assistance effort. The Partnership Project provides a series of technical assistance resources and materials to support the development and strengthening of public-private partnerships to improve the quality and supply of child care. Profiles are provided on the following public-private partnerships: (1) 1199/Employer Child Care Fund; (2) Babyland Family Services, Inc.; (3) Child Care 2000 Campaign; (4) The Child Care Executive Partnership; (5) Coastal Enterprises Child Care Development Project; (6) ConAgra-Paul's Place; (7) Down East Partnership for Children; (8) Early Childhood Professional Development Project; (9) Employers' Child Care Alliance; (10) Georgia Voluntary Prekindergarten Program; (11) Indiana Child Care Symposium Initiative; (12) Michigan Child Care Futures Project; (13) MOST; (14) New York City Beacons Initiative; (15) North Carolina Partnership for Children (Smart Start); (16) North Dakota Infant/Toddler Enrichment Program; (17) One Small Step; (18) Oregon's Child: Everyone's Business: (19) PlusTime New Hampshire; (20) Ready To Succeed Colorado Partnership; (21) San Francisco Child Care Facilities Fund; (22) Success By[TM] 6 Boston, United Way of Massachusetts Bay; (23) T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood[TM] Project; and (24) Texas Employer Coalition Initiatives. Each profile provides a brief description of the program and discusses partners, history and development, current activities, resources, results, sustaining and replicating the program, lessons learned, and contact information. (EV)
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Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Administration on Children, Youth, and Families (DHHS), Washington, DC. Child Care Bureau.
Authoring Institution: Finance Project, Washington, DC.