Comprehensive Child Development Act of 1971: Joint Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, and the Subcommittee on Children and Youth of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, Ninety-second Congress, First Session, on S. 1512 ...
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971 - Education, Preschool - 930 pages
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Page 598 - Adjustable shades or curtains shall be provided and used for protection from glare and to promote an atmosphere conducive to sleep at nap time. When natural light is insufficient, artificial light, properly diffused and distributed should be provided so adequate light is available at all times in rooms, halls, and stairways. All rooms
Page 598 - Areas used by the children shall be heated when the temperature falls below 68 degrees Fahrenheit, so a temperature of 68 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit is maintained within 2 feet of the floor. An adequate and safe cooling facility should be provided when temperature and humidity level become excessive for normal comfort.
Page 435 - THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON EMPLOYMENT , MANPOWER AND POVERTY AND THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH OF THE SENATE LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE COMMITTEE ON THE COMPREHENSIVE CHILD DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1971 (S. 1512)
Page 595 - Regular planned, professional consultation should be available to each center regarding the feeding of infants and young children, including formula composition, preparation, and storage. Nutritional Assessment A nutritional assessment is a necessary part of the health evaluation for every child admitted to the center. Formula and
Page 445 - in February of this year. The results will soon be published, and will be available in both hard and soft-bound editions for those interested in attaining copies. To date, results of our program are most encouraging. The parents of the children seem highly pleased; the children love A; the Manufacturers speak with pride of their own
Page 445 - York board is also very interested in getting into the field. 5 Additionally, the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America has donated a sum of $110,000 to the Johns Honkins University so that the university might hold yearly symposia in Early Childhood Education. The first such symposium was held at the Johns hopkins
Page 445 - have moved into the kindergarten field because it is a natural expansion of pre-school Day Care activities, and also to circumvent the problem to the working parents of children attending public Kindergarten only one-half day, and then needing transportation home, and also baby-sitting there. The Child Day Care Program of the
Page 598 - All rooms shall be adequately ventilated, without drafts, by means of windows that can be opened or by an air-conditioning or ventilating system. Safeguards to prevent children from falling from window openings shall be provided.
Page 615 - Their reports provide an invaluable source of current information. Our analysis of all the material received is not yet complete, but we have summarized information for a preliminary and representative group of cities. Working mothers interviewed in these areas reported a far greater degree of dissatisfaction with care of children in their own homes than in day care homes or centers.
Page 564 - Comprehensive child care legislation should assure coordination among providers of care and administrators of child care programs, whether they be at the state or local level; it should also coordinate comprehensive preschool education with our public education system. In order to provide comprehensive and continuous service to children, efforts must be made to coordinate child development programs already in