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Categories Rank Trend in last 3 yrs
Sociology and Political Science #543 of 1269 down down by None rank
Community and Home Care #18 of 33 down down by None rank
Education #731 of 1319 down down by None rank
Pediatrics, Perinatology and Child Health #176 of 294 down down by None rank
Pediatrics #15 of 24 down down by None rank
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calendar-icon Last 4 years overview: 51 Published Papers | 62 Citations
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2019 1.3
2018 0.2
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2019 0.273
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2020 0.61
2019 0.784
2018 1.105
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open accessOpen access Journal Article DOI: 10.1007/2288-6729-4-1-1
Universal and Targeted Approaches to Preschool Education in the United States
W. Steven Barnett1

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In the United States, enrollments in preschool center-based programs have leveled off at about 75 percent of four-year-olds and 50 percent of three year olds. Nearly all government programs restrict eligibility to children in low-income families, and these families have substantially increased preschool participation rates as... In the United States, enrollments in preschool center-based programs have leveled off at about 75 percent of four-year-olds and 50 percent of three year olds. Nearly all government programs restrict eligibility to children in low-income families, and these families have substantially increased preschool participation rates as a result. However, in the last decade little progress was made toward increasing enrollments, despite increases in government spending, and less than half of children in poverty attend public programs even at age four. The average educational quality of private programs is quite low, and public programs are only modestly better. As a result, the educational effectiveness of preschool programs in the United States tends to be much weaker than that of the well-known programs research has shown be cost-effective. This paper considers whether publicly funded preschool education for all children would alleviate these problems. Universal public preschool education would reach many more children in poor and low-income families. For means-tested programs constantly changing incomes present a moving target, while the stigma associated with programs for the poor also limits participation. Program effectiveness would be at least as good in a universal program as in targeted program, and effectiveness might actually improve. One source of increased effectiveness is peer effects on learning. In addition, parents from higher-income families may be better advocates for quality, and political support for quality may be higher. Children from middle- and higher-income families also will benefit from high-quality publicly-subsidized preschool programs. A universal approach will cost more than current targeted programs, but moving from targeted to universal public preschool education is likely to produce benefits that far exceed the additional cost. read more read less

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Head start (55%)55% related to the paper, Early childhood education (54%)54% related to the paper
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open accessOpen access Journal Article DOI: 10.1007/2288-6729-7-2-15
Differential Susceptibility to Environmental Influences
Jay Belsky1, Jay Belsky2

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Evidence that adverse rearing environments exert negative effects particularly on children and adults presumed “vulnerable” for temperamental or genetic reasons may actually reflect something else: heightened susceptibility to the negative effects of risky environments and to the beneficial effects of supportive environments.... Evidence that adverse rearing environments exert negative effects particularly on children and adults presumed “vulnerable” for temperamental or genetic reasons may actually reflect something else: heightened susceptibility to the negative effects of risky environments and to the beneficial effects of supportive environments. Building on Belsky’s (1997, 2005; Belsky & Pluess, 2009) evolutionary-inspired differential susceptibility hypothesis stipulating that some individuals, including children, are more affected—both for better and for worse—by their environmental exposures and developmental experiences, recent research consistent with this claim is reviewed. It reveals that in many cases, including both observational field studies and experimental intervention ones, putatively vulnerable children and adults are especially susceptible to both positive and negative environmental effects. In addition to reviewing relevant evidence, unknowns in the differential-susceptibility equation are highlighted. read more read less

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Differential susceptibility hypothesis (62%)62% related to the paper
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open accessOpen access Journal Article DOI: 10.1007/2288-6729-1-1-23
Early Childhood Education and Care in the United States: An Overview of the Current Policy Picture
Sheila B. Kamerman1, Shirley Gatenio-Gabel2

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Early childhood education and care (ECEC) in the US includes a wide range of part-day, full-school-day, and full-work-day programs, under educational, social welfare, and commercial auspices, funded and delivered in a variety of ways in both the public and the private sectors, designed sometimes with an emphasis on the “care”... Early childhood education and care (ECEC) in the US includes a wide range of part-day, full-school-day, and full-work-day programs, under educational, social welfare, and commercial auspices, funded and delivered in a variety of ways in both the public and the private sectors, designed sometimes with an emphasis on the “care” component of ECEC and at other times with stress on “education” or with equal attention to both. Although ECEC scholars and advocates are increasingly convinced of the need to integrate all these program types, categorical funding coupled with diverse societal values continue to support the differences. The result is a fragmented ECEC system, of wide-ranging quality and with skewed access, but with some movement in recent years toward the integration of early childhood education and care. read more read less

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Early childhood education (56%)56% related to the paper
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open accessOpen access Journal Article DOI: 10.1007/2288-6729-4-2-33
Departures from tradition: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia
Susan Grieshaber1

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In 2009, the Commonwealth Government of Australia published the first national learning framework for use with children aged birth to five years. The framework marks a departure from tradition in that it emphasizes intentional teaching, learning as well as child development, a particular type of play-based learning, outcomes,... In 2009, the Commonwealth Government of Australia published the first national learning framework for use with children aged birth to five years. The framework marks a departure from tradition in that it emphasizes intentional teaching, learning as well as child development, a particular type of play-based learning, outcomes, and equity. This article analyzes aspects of the document that depart from well established approaches to early childhood education in Australia and identifies challenges for educators who are required to use the document. It concludes that ongoing and supportive professional learning opportunities must accompany the introduction and enactment of the document. read more read less

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Professional learning community (59%)59% related to the paper, Early childhood education (54%)54% related to the paper, Curriculum (51%)51% related to the paper
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open accessOpen access Journal Article DOI: 10.1007/2288-6729-3-1-51
Early Childhood Education and Relative Policies in China
Jiaxiong Zhu1

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This paper reviews the development of early childhood education in China in the recent 3 decades and examines the advantages and disadvantages of the relative policies made by the government. This paper mainly focuses on one child policy, the policies about early childhood curriculum reform and teacher education, and policies... This paper reviews the development of early childhood education in China in the recent 3 decades and examines the advantages and disadvantages of the relative policies made by the government. This paper mainly focuses on one child policy, the policies about early childhood curriculum reform and teacher education, and policies of early childhood education administration. Contemporary early childhood education is becoming more diverse in its forms, funding sources, and educational approaches, and is aligning itself with the increasingly open and diversified society. It is clear that early childhood education in China is strongly influenced by socio-cultural changes and conditions, and reflects the Chinese culture, the political system and influence of western cultures. Chinese early childhood educators and policy makers should re-think what has happened in the past years, especially the issues of cultural and regional appropriate, and continue to promote development in early childhood education. read more read less

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Early childhood education (66%)66% related to the paper, Education policy (64%)64% related to the paper, Early childhood (62%)62% related to the paper, Teacher education (52%)52% related to the paper, One-child policy (50%)50% related to the paper
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