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Holistic Approaches to Early Childhood Education as Seen in The Perry Preschool, The Carolina Abecedarian Project, The Chicago Child Parent Centers, and Head Start
Simple educational preschool programs are often not enough to compensate for the negative aspects of poverty. Evidence from “compensatory and regular preschool programs generally indicates weak and inconsistent effects on ...
Massacre of the Millenium? A Study of the AIDS Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa
. . . With 95% of HIV-infected people living in developing countries, AIDS has become a "disease of Third World poverty rather than First World affluence." No one knows what AIDS will do to the economy and people's quality ...
CHIP: Virginia's Approach to Child Health Care
This paper explores the foundation and importance of CHIP [Comprehensive Health Investment Project] and evaluates it in terms of its cost and benefits. CHIP provides many services beyond what is already being provided by ...
Rural Obesity in the United States: Causes, Consequences, and a Need for Change
. . . Glasgow et al. (2004) notes that “researchers have generally failed to investigate systemically whether the diet and obesity in rural areas differ from that in urban areas or to examine the impacts of rural/urban ...