More than a third -- 2.8 million -- of the nation's children aged 3 and 4 were from low-income families in 1990, a growth of 17% since 1980. However, there is help from federal and state government funding for services in early childhood centers. This report discusses the services disadvantaged children need in order to be prepared for school, to what extent do disadvantaged children receive these services from early childhood centers, and if disadvantaged children do not receive these services from early childhood centers, why not. Charts and tablesServices to Prepare Children for School Often Limited DIANE Publishing Company. Standards That Apply to ... are a condition of funding. Sources: Data for California are from Manual of Policy and Procedures: Day Care Centers, Title 22 (Septanbsp;...
|Title||:||Early Childhood Centers|
|Author||:||DIANE Publishing Company|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1995-08-01|