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Using Mental Health Strategies to Move the Early Childhood Agenda and Promote School Readiness

Jane Knitzer

Title:
Using Mental Health Strategies to Move the Early Childhood Agenda and Promote School Readiness
Author(s):
Knitzer, Jane
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Type:
Reports
Department(s):
National Center for Children in Poverty
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Publisher:
Carnegie Corporation of New York and the National Center for Children in Poverty
Publisher Location:
New York
Abstract:
This issue brief highlights emerging strategies to promote the emotional wellness of young children and their families, including those most at risk; to enhance the skills of the families and other caregivers who nurture and support young children; and to ensure that those who need specialized services get them. It describes a number of initiatives developed across the nation, with an emphasis on two Starting Points sites, San Francisco and Vermont.
Subject(s):
Public health
Child development
Children
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Jane Knitzer, , Using Mental Health Strategies to Move the Early Childhood Agenda and Promote School Readiness, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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