The section presents current research that Bromer hopes will reengage the field and lead to funding for further study.
“We need to reach children and families at a young age in order to tackle truancy issues in later grades,” Bromer says.
Experts from around the country presented research and strategies for improving the quality of care for children and families.
Join Erikson faculty and staff for presentations on topics ranging from children and technology to teaching practice at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) annual conference in Orlando, Florida, November 2–5, 2011. Wednesday, November 2 Exploring
Nearly half of all working parents rely on home-based child care. To raise the quality of care in this setting, Erikson is working with an often overlooked group of child care professionals.
Study examines poorly regulated yet popular option for parents Chicago (September 10, 2009) — Erikson Institute’s Herr Research Center for Children and Social Policy has published the final report on its findings from the Family Child Care Network Impact Study,