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Author: Gail L. Zellman,Joy S. Moini,Marika Suttorp,Susan M. Gates
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Title: Examining child Care need Among Military Families (Technical Report (RAND))
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Examining child Care need Among Military Families (Technical Report (RAND)) by Gail L. Zellman,Joy S. Moini,Marika Suttorp,Susan M. Gates



This technical report describes and analyzes the data from that survey. It documents survey methods, defines three outcomes of potential interest to DoD (reported child-care usage, unmet child-care need, and unmet child-care preference), presents detailed results of an analysis of these outcomes among military families, and analyzes the relationships between these outcomes and military readiness and retention. Gates, Susan . Gail L. Zellman, Joy S. Moini, and Marika Booth, Examining Child Care Need Among Military Families. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2006. org/pubs/technical reports/TR279. Moini, and Marika Booth, Examining Child Care Need Among Military Families, Santa Monica, Calif. RAND Corporation, TR-279-OSD, 2006.

Find nearly any book by Joy S. Moini. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Susan M. Gates, Catherine H. Augustine, Roger Benjamin, Tora K. Bikson, Tessa Kaganoff, Dina G. Levy, Joy S. Moini, Ron W. Zimmer. ISBN 9780787958404 (978-0-7879-5840-4) Softcover, Jossey-Bass, 2002. Gates, Gail L. Moini, Marika Suttorp. ISBN 9780833039026 (978-0-8330-3902-6) Softcover, RAND Corporation, 2006.

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DOD formula and child care outcomes Methodology Organization of the report Examining DOD child care demand formula assumptions Data Assumptions Factors not included in formula Issues examined in this study Accuracy of the child care formula estimate Military child care survey. Corporate Name: United States. of Defense Officials and employees Salaries, etc. Personal Name: Moini, Joy S. Personal Name: Zellman, Gail. Personal Name: Gates, Susan . 1968-. Rubrics: Children of military personnel Care United States Employer-supported day care Day care centers.

Start by marking Examining Child Care Need Among Military Families as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Describes and analyzes the results of a 2004 survey on the child care needs and choices of military families. It defines outcomes of potential interest to DoD (reported child-care usage, unmet child-care need, and unmet child-care preference), details the distribution of these outcomes among military families, and analyzes the relationships between these outcomes and milit Describes and analyzes the results of a 2004 survey on the child care needs and choices of military families. Published November 8th 2006 by RAND Corporation. Examining child Care need Among Military Families (Technical Report (RAND)). 0833039024 (ISBN13: 9780833039026).

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Examining the cost of military child care, Gail L. Zellman, Susan M. Gates Rand Santa Monica, CA 2002. Australian/Harvard Citation. Book, Online - Google Books. Santa Monica, CA : Rand, 2002 xx, 126 p. ; 23 cm. ISBN. 0833031236 (paperback). Examining child care need among military families, Susan M. Moini

Describes and analyzes the results of a 2004 survey on the child care needs and choices of military families. It defines outcomes of potential. Marika Suttorp (With).

Numerology information Suttorp: Name Number: 3. Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism. Examining Child Care Need Among Military Families (Technical Report (RAND)) - Oct 26, 2006 by Susan M. Gates and Gail L. Zellman.

Describes and analyzes the results of a 2004 survey on the child care needs and choices of military families. It defines outcomes of potential interest to DoD (reported child-care usage, unmet child-care need, and unmet child-care preference), details the distribution of these outcomes among military families, and analyzes the relationships between these outcomes and military readiness and retention.