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Work-related child care centres in Canada 2001

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Barbeau, Carole
Publication Date: 
1 Mar 2001
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The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of current practices pertaining to work-related child-care centres. It highlights the best examples in this area, and discusses what has been learned from the experiences, both positive and negative, of the child-care centres that participated.

Previous and similar reports include:

- Mayfield, M. (1988). Employer-supported child care: Three research studies, issues and recommendations. 'Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education', 2(2):149-158.

- Beach, J.; Friendly, M. & Schmidt, L. (1993). 'Work-related child care in context: A study of work-related child care in Canada.' Childcare Resource and Research Unit: Toronto.

- Schmidt, L.; Friendly, M. & Beach, J. (1995). Work-related child care centres in Canada: Private solutions to public policy. 'Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education', 5(1):47-58.

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3 May 2001
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