1 edition of Profiles of public-private partnerships for child care. found in the catalog.
Profiles of public-private partnerships for child care.
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Child Care Bureau in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
|Other titles||Profiles of public private partnerships for child care., Child Care Partnership Project.|
|Contributions||United States. Child Care Bureau.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Early Care and Education. Public/Private Partnerships Preschool Profiles (): Profiles of two Northern Virginia communities that have established partnerships between public school systems, local human services agencies, and private early care providers to expand access to the Virginia Preschool Initiative.
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Background: Iran started a new public-private partnership model in form of health coopera¬tives which is somehow different from other types of health cooperatives throughout the world.
In this study we compared the performance and quality of health services in public health cen¬ters (PHCs) and cooperative health centers (CHCs).Cited by: 3. A Guide to Successful Public-Private Partnerships for Child Care, created by the Child Care Partnership Project and Effective Program Strategies profiles, are highlighted in this Guide) so that these for the U.S.
Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Child Care Bureau. May Title. The protection of a formal contract, or careful selection of trustworthy partners with a history of collaboration, can mitigate the risks of co-opetition (Bunger, ; Snavely & Tracy, ), and may be especially important in the context of public-private partnerships in child welfare (Crystal Collins-Camargo, Armstrong, McBeath, & Chuang, ).Cited by: Her book Business Improvement Districts and the Contradictions of Placemaking: BID Urbanism in Washington, D.C.
was recently published by the University of Georgia Press. (Discount code 08BID19 for 30% at ) Schaller's research examines how public-private partnerships restructure urban governance and redevelopment regimes.
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State child care or child health initiatives are not included, as they do not meet these criteria for comprehensiveness, and other organizations are tracking them.* • State-funded programs are programs supported primarily with state dollars or through state-initiated public/private partnerships.
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1st Five is a public-private partnership bridging primary care and public health services in Iowa. The 1st Five model supports health providers in the earlier detection of social-emotional and developmental delays and family risk-related factors in children birth to 5 and coordinates referrals, interventions and follow-up.
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Taylor St., Chicago, IL. Health care expenditure has been low over the years in developing regions of the world. A majority of countries in these regions, especially sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), rely on donor grants and loans to finance health care.
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