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Articles About "Early Childhood"

Youth Drinking:
Despite a minimum legal drinking age of 21, many young people in the United States consume alcohol. Some abuse alcohol by drinking frequently or by binge drinking--often defined as having five or more drinks* in a row. A minority of youth may meet the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental...
HHS Fatherhood Initiative
Overview: Committed parents are crucial to strong and successful families and to the well-being of children. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is determined to ensure that its programs and policies recognize the importance of both mothers and fathers and that we support men...
Adopting Polish Twins
Our four-year-old twins, Marcin Michael and Anna Magdalena, arrived home on April 5, 2001. Four and a half months have already passed, the same length of time we waited, from the time we saw the one small photograph and two-minute video of the twins until our first adoption court date in Poland....
Should We Photolist Waiting Children?
Internet photolistings of children waiting for adoptive parents raise challenging ethical issues. As of September 2000, 75,000 children in foster care were free for adoption - a number that continues to grow each year, placing greater demands on child welfare systems to find adoptive families....

"Early Childhood" in the News

Hatch, Inc. to Host Interactive Technology Event at NHSA with Microsoft
Hatch®, the leading early childhood education technology provider announces plans to host a hands-on learning experience with classroom technology for early childhood educators, a collaboration with Microsoft Corp.
DEXTER: Early Childhood Learning Center partners with International Research Foundation
DEXTER
CI
CSU Channel Islands (CI) has announced that its Early Childhood Studies (ECS) Bachelor of Arts degree program is now taking applications for a fall 2014 cohort allowing individuals to complete the final two years of their degree at the CI Goleta campus.
Early childhood educators stress learning process needs jump start
BRISTOL, Va.

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"Early Childhood" in the Adoption Blogs

The Connection between School and his Past
September 7, 2011, 5:19 am
"The Captain,"  age 4, attends public school for two hours a day for a speech therapy/early childhood program.  This is his second year in the program.  The first 6 months of last year, he was a darling, predictably.  We knew he wasn't that perfect.  Eventually, he began to have tantrums and...
I'm So Sorry...Let Me Introduce Myself
December 9, 2010, 5:54 am
I am Lanita M, one of the new bloggers for Adoption.com. I am so excited to have the opportunity to share my stories of; outlooks on; and experiences with international adoption. After reading the wonderful introductions from Margie C and Amy B , I realize I have been remiss in not introducing...
House Rules
February 9, 2011, 5:59 am
When I was young, I had rules in my house that I had to live by…or there would be consequences.  Back in the 1960’s, the consequences were usually a spanking, either with a hand or a wooden spoon, and once I had to eat soap. It’s odd that I don’t think this was unusual when I was little, but I...
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"Early Childhood" in the Adoption Forums

Thrown Under the Bus By Caseworker
January 19, 2014, 3:38 pm
We are inching toward adopting Mister Fix-It and Miss Growly Bear. (They have been legally free since August). Last week we were finally asked to sign disclosure paperwork and given lots of files on them. I have lots of time on my hands right now (pneumonia), so I actually sat down and read through...

Stories About "Early Childhood"

Please Don't Lie to Your Children!
When I was fifty-one years old, after all members of my family had died, I learned for the first time that I was adopted. Whispered comments between adults remembered from early childhood,later...
Adoptee and Birthmother: A Dual Journey of Healing
How can you possibly heal as a birthmother when first you are an adoptee? You spend your time trying to fill the void, trying to find your roots and healing the split-off parts that run you. In fact,...

"Early Childhood" on Adoption.com

Early Education for Children with Special Needs
Dimensions of Early Childhood, 22(2), 14-18. Wright, Arlene, & Ireton, Harold. (1995). Child development days: new approach to screening for early iIntervention. Journal of Early Education, 19(12), 253-63. Related Topics Early Intervention Young Children
Multicultural Parents and Families : How You Can Be Involved ...
Dimensions of Early Childhood 22(4): 17-21. Williams, Leslie R. (1991). Curriculum Making in Two Voices: Dilemmas of Inclusion in Early Childhood Education. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 6: 303-311. Willis, Arlette. (1996). Personal communication.

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Encouraging Creativity in Early Childhood Classrooms
Dimensions of Early Childhood 22(3,Spring): 5-9. EJ 486 874. Edwards, C.P., L. Gandini, and G. Forman. (Eds.). (1993). The Hundred Languages of Children: The Reggio Emilia Approach to Early Childhood Education. Norwood, NJ:Ablex. ED 355 034.
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