said two-thirds of all children in that age range have parents who are both working.
(56) I say curious because, as Whitebook
points out, it is Foucault, and not Marcuse as one might expect, who displayed the most far-fetched utopianism, rejecting Freud's structural model of the psyche in favour of a conception of the self as infinitely malleable.
, Perversion and Utopia: A Study in Psychoanalysis and Critical Theory, 1995, Cambridge, Mass, The MIT Press.
In addition, teachers in early childhood inclusive programs, including state pre-K programs, are typically not trained in special education, nor are special education professionals routinely available to these programs (Buysse, Wesley, Keyes, & Bailey, 1996; McDonnell, Brownell, & Wolery, 1997; Whitebook
et al., 2004; Wolery & Wilbers, 1994).
(4.) See Deborah Phillips, Carollee Howes, and Marcy Whitebook
, "The Social Policy Context of Child Care: Effects on Quality," American Journal of Community Psychology 20, no.
, PhD, is director of the Center for the Study of Child Care Employment at the University of California at Berkeley.
For the latter group, the question of which higher education degree (if any) is an appropriate standard--rather than the quality of teacher preparation--has dominated the policy discussion of teacher effectiveness (Barnett, 2003; Bueno, Darling-Hammond, & Gonzales, 2010; Burchinal, Hyson, & Zaslow, 2008; Early et al., 2008; Fuller, Livas, & Bridges, 2006; Whitebook
, 2003; Whitebook
& Ryan, 2011).
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By Marcy Whitebook
and Laura Sakai, Kalamazoo, MI, W.E.
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(2009-2010): The Financial Express, February, 2.
The used terminology which based on the "The Cluster Policies Whitebook
" (2004), the examined clusters are grouped the following levels of development:
(2004) The Cluster Policies Whitebook
, IKED, Stockholm.