Physical activity-related and weather-related practices of child care centers from 2 states.
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Parental Criminal Justice Involvement and Children's Involvement With Child Protective Services: Do Adult Drug Treatment Courts Prevent Child Maltreatment? Gifford, Elizabeth J; Eldred, Lindsey M; Sloan, Frank A; Evans, Kelly E (Subst Use Misuse, 2016)BACKGROUND: In light of evidence showing reduced criminal recidivism and cost savings, adult drug treatment courts have grown in popularity. However, the potential spillover benefits to family members are understudied. ...
Infant and Toddler Child-Care Quality and Stability in Relation to Proximal and Distal Academic and Social Outcomes. Bratsch-Hines, Mary E; Carr, Robert; Zgourou, Eleni; Vernon-Feagans, Lynne; Willoughby, Michael (Child development, 2020-11)This study considered the quality and stability of infant and toddler nonparental child care from 6 to 36 months in relation to language, social, and academic skills measured proximally at 36 months and distally at kindergarten. ...
Sloan, Frank A; Gifford, Elizabeth J; Eldred, Lindsey M; Acquah, Kofi F; Blevins, Claire E (Eval Rev, 2013-02)OBJECTIVE: This study assessed the effects of unified family and drug treatment courts (DTCs) on the resolution of cases involving foster care children and the resulting effects on school performance. METHOD: The first analytic ...