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Perpsectives on rural child care

Betty Beach

Perpsectives on rural child care

by Betty Beach

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Published by Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools, Appalachia Educational Laboratory in Charleston, WV (P.O. Box 1348, Charleston 25325-1348) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rural children -- Care -- United States,
  • Rural children -- Services for -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Betty A. Beach
    SeriesERIC digest -- EDO-RC-96-9, ERIC digest (Las Cruces, N.M.) -- EDO-RC-96-9
    ContributionsERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15237328M

    Historical perspectives and current challenges. care workers from rural to urban, public to private, and primary to higher levels of health care Figure 6. A class on child care, Pholela.   Residential child care is a crucial, though relatively neglected area of social work. And yet, revelations of abuse and questions of effectiveness have led to increasingly regulatory and procedural approaches to practice and heightened political and professional s: 1.

      Kinship diversion occurs when a child welfare agency facilitates the placement of a child with relatives or fictive kin when that child cannot remain safely at home with his or her parents. In such cases, without the presence of an appropriate relative to care for the child, the child would be brought into the agency’s custody.   This book effectively demonstrates the need for a holistic and professional approach to child and youth care. The Federation Internationale des Communautes Educatives has produced this book to provide guidelines, new developments, and concrete initiatives for the best possible care for children who are cared for outside their : Paperback.

    Education also involves several latent functions, functions that are by-products of going to school and receiving an education rather than a direct effect of the education itself. One of these is child a child starts kindergarten and then first grade, for several hours a day the child is taken care of for free. A book that you have had read to you as a child, becomes a valued friend as an adult, that when you reopen it and read it you always return to that feeling of safety and security you felt when it was first read to you. For me that book is Winnie-the-Pooh read by my awesome dad (he does the best voices). I hope my kids will have the same.


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Subjects: Rural children -- Care -- United States. Rural families -- Services for -- United States. Rural children -- Care. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. This digest reviews findings about the nature of rural child care and suggests implications for practitioners and policymakers.

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