In many families both parents work, as a result there is increasing need for day care. Data was collected; and one year in Canada approximately 32% of children aged 0 to 11 years were in day care for at least

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  1. statistics

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  2. AP Psychology

    please check: 1. the personalities of adopted children: a. similar to personalities of other children in adoptive families b. very similar to personalities of biologically related siblings c. not very similar to personalities of adoptive parents d. more

  3. Social Studies

    Read the quote. “Most people in rural areas are farmers, and when you have a disease like Guinea worm [a parasite], you are incapacitated, unable to continue with your work. By preventing the hundreds of thousands of cases that we do each year, we are

  4. ECE4

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  5. health care

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  6. Math

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  7. the exceptional child

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  8. ETH/125

    55. A firm maintains policies that make it difficult for parents to take time off from work to care for sick children or attend required meetings at their children’s schools. Since it is mothers, for the most part, who have these child-care

  9. maths

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  10. Early Child. Ed.

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  11. Reading

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  12. health care

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  13. genetic homework

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  14. History

    Read the quote. “Most people in rural areas are farmers, and when you have a disease like Guinea worm [a parasite], you are incapacitated, unable to continue with your work. By preventing the hundreds of thousands of cases that we do each year, we are

  15. History

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  16. child care managment

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  17. creative play

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  18. Theories and issues in working with school-age chi

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  19. Child Care

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  20. com220

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  21. English

    1. I liked the work very much because I could help orphans who needed love. 2. I liked the work very much because I could help children who had no father and mother. 3. I liked the work very much because I could help orphans who needed care. 4. I liked the

  22. Algebra

    Of two-car families in a small city, 88% remain two-car families in the following year and 12% become one-car families in the following year. Of one-car families, 72% remain one-car families and 28% become two-car families. Suppose these trends continue

  23. History

    How did African Americans' slave quarters contribute in helping them build family ties and traditions? A.)the huts were built around a shared space with a fire for cooking which allowed many families to be together and share ideas. B.)African American men

  24. Vocabulary skills

    How do you respond when your parents deny you permission to do something? For example, if you want to travel and work around the country for the summer, but your parents say you’re too young, do you become furious and angrily demand that they stop

  25. cultural diversity

    How do early childhood professionals demonstrate their role as advocates for best practices? A. Clearly articulate values and knowledge of best practices in valuing diversity and individual families. B. Attend marches and events to protest biased policies

  26. health admn

    Health care is evolving and facing increasing challenges related to reimbursement, staff shortages, patient safety, increasing costs, and increasing regulatory requirements. As a health care leader, which leadership skills do you find most valuable when

  27. ELA

    Find the prepositional phrase in each sentence 1. There was a town that did without television. Answer:without television 2. Most people in town stopped watching TV. Answer:in the town 3. They did not watch television for a whole week. Answer:for a whole

  28. early childhood education

    an important use for telephone conversation at a child care facility is to help (a)staff members understand program philosophy (b)staff members understand the reason for the childs day to day behavior (c)parents understand program philosophy (d)parents

  29. social studies

    children received their schooling at home in many pre-industrial families, with the industrial revolution, more children attended formal schools. which of the following statements best explains why this change in schooling developed? (1)after the

  30. History

    Sonya writes an essay about children in the early 1800s: Children in the early 1800s faced a lot of hard work. They usually had to help their families with household chores. These chores included gardening, sewing, and caring for other children. When their

  31. thanksgiving

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  32. Health care

    Due to medical advancements and increasing costs, many health care services or procedures have moved from the inpatient hospital setting to the outpatient ambulatory care setting. What are the main purposes of ambulatory care? Do you think ambulatory care

  33. computers in day care

    Which of the following statements about children and computers is not correct? A. Today, many children begin using computers in preschool or day care. B. Some day care providers begin computer-assisted instruction with children as young as two years old.

  34. working with parents and families

    New parents often experience stress and insecurity in their new and developing role as a parent. A caregiver can help to alleviate some of this stress by A. helping the parents to learn more about the developmental levels of children. B. criticizing their

  35. Scholarship Essay

    Why do I deserve this scholarship? 250 words or less. Any advice on the paragraph itself or on grammar is greatly appreciated. Throughout my life, I have faced multiple obstacles that I have not let hold me back. I am the first person in my family to not

  36. working with parents and families

    The major purpose of the home visit is to A. determine if the family can afford day care. B. meet the child's parents. C. gain an understanding of the childfamily relationship. D. evaluate the family's standard of living. A.

  37. program planning

    Parents' feelings of guilt and anxiety about placing a child in a day care program can be relieved by A. the self-evaluation process. B. the personal interview. C. filling out enrollment forms. D. receiving a deferred enrollment.

  38. Early Childhood Education

    Parents' feelings of guilt and anxiety about placing a child in a day care program can be relieved by A. the self-evaluation process. B. the personal interview. C. filling out enrollment forms. D. receiving a deferred enrollment. A?

  39. program planning

    Parents' feelings of guilt and anxiety about placing a child in a day care program can be relieved by A. the self-evaluation process.B. receiving a deferred enrollment.C. the personal interview.D. filling out enrollment forms. My answer is C

  40. Statistics

    Suppose it is observed that, on average, 35 people are admitted to the intensive care unit of a particular hospital every week. Let the random variable X represent the number of people admitted to this intensive care unit on any particular day. a) What is

  41. English

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  42. english103 - Writeacher

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  43. Co-op

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  44. Algebra

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  45. economyst check!

    In many families both parents work, as a result there is increasing need for day care. Data was collected; and one year in Canada approximately 32% of children aged 0 to 11 years were in day care for at least 20h per week. What is the probability, in a

  46. Reposted: Math (for "google"

    In many families both parents work, as a result there is increasing need for day care. Data was collected; and one year in Canada approximately 32% of children aged 0 to 11 years were in day care for at least 20h per week. What is the probability, in a

  47. early childhood education

    voters have been historically nwilling to underwrite a school age child care system because a)they werent voting because they didn't have time b)two parents staying at home seemed to be a much better idea c)they believe that child care was responibility of

  48. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    Why must parents be involved in their child's day care program when it's sponsored by the government? A. The government doesn't want the caregiver to replace family care. B. Parents can judge the abilities of the staff at the center. C. Parent involvement

  49. Working with Parents

    Why must parents be involved in their child's day care program when it's sponsored by the government? A.Parent involvement reduces the cost of day care. B. Parents can judge the abilities of the staff at the center. C. Parent involvement frees the staff to

  50. English

    I really need help with my writing. I need some to proof read a paper that I wrote. Two Career Families versus One Career Families Back in the early days the traditional working family was a one career family. The roles of husband and wife were defined and

  51. reflection and observation

    suppose youre a young mother with two preschool children.you prefer to take care of them yourself in your own home,rather than place them in a day care program.to earn some money for your family ,you decide to become a day care provider for two or three

  52. Programs and Services

    The direction and depth of family assessment for the purpose of determining the needs of families relative to raising a child with special needs should be determined by the families themselves, because A. families are more aware of the available resources

  53. English

    Volunteering at a day-care center. I have worked at a day-care center. I went there once a month. There were a lot of things to do. I took care of young children. I played with them. I changed their diapers and clothes. I washed the kids, too. I like the

  54. cultural diversity-reposted question

    Which scenario best describes a nuclear family? A) Jeremiah is growing up within a cluster of adults and children who maintain their own living quarters but come together for work and meals. Child-rearing is a shared responsibility B) The Farrish family is

  55. English

    Which of the following alternatives are possible? Thank you. 1) They went to families with very strict parents. 2) They stayed with families ... 3) They were sent to families with .. 4) They went to stay with families with ... 5) There was a prize for the

  56. english - Ms. Sue

    Ms. Sue I worked on my thesis and and my outline, can you please tell me what you think? I appreciate it so much! I’d like to define the traditional family and compare it to a modern television show and argue that even though the traditional family holds

  57. history

    Children received their schooling at home in many pre-industrial families. However with the industrial revolution, more children attended formal schools. Which of the following statements best explains why this change in schooling developed? 1)after the

  58. please help

    can someone please revise?? only a proposal Work and family are both central to our way of life. Finding a balance between the two is an issue of importance to men, women, and employers. The current work standards in United States and the lack of family

  59. english can someone help me please

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  60. personal essay

    i finished writing my intro and i'm working on writing my second paragraph in which i have to narrate my story as if i was telling it to another person. Here I go: For eight years, i was born and raised in India. My family and i lived in an four story

  61. English Grammar

    Mother's Day is the second Sunday in May in America. Americans celebrate Father's Day, too. It's the third Sunday in June. In Korea, we honor our mother and father on the same day. It is Parents' Day. What day is it this year? -----------------------------

  62. working with parents and families

    An important use for telephone conversations at a child care facility is to help A. parents develop professional skills. B. parents understand program philosophy. C. staff members understand program philosophy. D. staff members understand the reason for

  63. History Pls help me

    Sonya writes an essay about children in the early 1800s: Children in the early 1800s faced a lot of hard work. They usually had to help their families with household chores. These chores included gardening, sewing, and caring for other children. When their

  64. Math

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  65. English Expression

    What date is Parents' Day? It is May 8th. What day is Parents' Day? It is Monday. Are each answer and question grammatical?

  66. How to send gifts to China in a strange country?

    The Thanksgiving Day is coming. Do you have some ideas about it? For western people, it is more important than us Asian. But this kind of custom influences us gradually. So, this Thanksgiving Day I want to send some interesting gifts to my families,

  67. Socials

    Imagine that you are a factory owner in eighteenth-century britain. Write a letter from an employer's point of view to a friend explaining why you think child labour is important to the economy and why it is undesirable to improve working conditions.

  68. GEOMETRY/PROP 2

    72% of employees bring their children to day-care centers before work. If there are 465 employees, how many do not bring their children to day-care before work ? 72:465 & x:465 is what I started with but I can not get the correct answer. need help.

  69. English

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  70. how to start your own daycare basic steps

    for your day care center youll have to develop polices to share with the parents concerning all of the following issues except a.staff vacations b.hours of operation c.enrollment my answer is a

  71. child day care

    1. For your day care center, you'll have to develop policies to share with the parents concerning all of the following issues except A. staff vacations. B. hours of operation. C. guidance practices. D. enrollment.

  72. HCA 210

    Due to medical advancements and increasing costs, many health care services or procedures have moved from the inpatient hospital setting to the outpatient ambulatory care setting. What are the main purposes of ambulatory care? Do you think ambulatory care

  73. MATH

    the word problem is stated exactly as this - the shaded area of the chart represents the number of Acme employees who bring their children to day-care centers before work.if there are 465 employees at Acme, how many do not bring their children to day-care

  74. Math

    Jordan decides to start a garden care service. He charges 20$ for the first hour and 10$ for each additional hour. He works 5 days a week and takes care of one different garden each day. How many hours will he need to work to earn at least 250$. Write and

  75. accounting

    julie volunteered to work on christmas day because her parents were out of the country on holidays.her regular wage is $12.00 an hour. how much would she earn for working on christmas day?

  76. history

    1. what was one result of the baby boom? a. overcrowding became a problem. b. families had to buy a second car. c. families moved from cities to the suburbs. d. all the above. answer c 2. In the 1950 men roles included all of the following except a. going

  77. jobs 4 teens

    im a 13 year old girl and i just want to ask if i coul be able to get a job at my age ? i live in the uk and i want to gt some money but i don't know if i will be able to. I babysit. My mom made be take a babysitting class and CPR. Parents like that I took

  78. Socials

    Would abolishing child labour be an effective strategy to improve the lives of children? Why or Why not? I don't know the answer to this questions because I kind of think that this would be a good stragety but at the same time I don't. I think that it

  79. Math, Algebra

    So I've tried for two days to figure out this problem. I tried to ask my friend to help me but she just won't. My parents don't know anything about math, they said so themselves. The first day I tried I cried I got so frustrated. The second day I just gave

  80. cultural diversity-reposted question

    Iasked this question a couple of days ago- and got several different opinions. Ms. Sue tried to point out to me why she thought the correct answer is (B); however,I think some read my text wrong. Would someone please,reread the question and reread what my

  81. psycholgy

    Please help, very lost Eric has computed that it takes an average (mean) of 17 minutes with a standard deviation of 3 minutes to drive from home, park the car, and walk to his job. One day it took Eric 21 minutes to get to work. You would use the formula

  82. psy

    Please help, very lost Eric has computed that it takes an average (mean) of 17 minutes with a standard deviation of 3 minutes to drive from home, park the car, and walk to his job. One day it took Eric 21 minutes to get to work. You would use the formula

  83. Ideas

    I need some fundraising ideas for this trip I am going on. I need to raise from about $200-$5000. Got any ideas? Yeah, I have some ideas for you. One of my ideas is that you could wash cars, inside of course though. You could also put containers in some

  84. math

    You have been appointed by the new executive director to chair a committee of agency administrators charged with (1) conducting an inventory of the agency’s various services and activities, (2) recommending a program structure, and (3) recommending

  85. Designing Specialty Areas

    We show we value families when we do which of the following? A. Tell families that they hold their children's future in their hands, so it's crucial that they make sure their children complete their homework. B. Realize that families are too busy to be

  86. statitics

    Intensive Care. The number X of people entering the intensive care unit at a particular hospital on any one day has a Poisson probability distribution with mean equal to five persons per day. a. What is the probability that the number of people enterin the

  87. maths

    A company has 200 employees who are eligible for child care benefits. The company will pay eligible employees 25% of child day care costs, up to a maximum of $500 per child per month. If an employee has 2 children in day care at a cost of $500 per child

  88. social problems

    Increase in divorce rates over the last century related to :A)rejection of the ideology of the "good"family B) increasing financial independence of woman c)increasing abuse and conflict in families d) change in social norms toward greater acceptance of

  89. Algebra-help

    Jordan decides to start a garden care service. He plans to charge $20 for the first hour and $10 for each additional hour that he spends working on a garden. He works 5 days a week and takes care of one different garden each day. How many hours will he

  90. Statistics

    Eric has computed that it takes an average (mean) of 17 minutes with a standard deviation of 3 minutes to drive from home, park the car, and walk to his job. One day it took Eric 21 minutes to get to work. You would use the formula for transforming a raw

  91. Wriitng

    What would be the reaction of a teenage daughter after rescuing her parents after their kidnap? so this is for a story I'm writing. basically, my main character finds her parents and is finally there after a lot of hard work and struggle. she's seen a lot

  92. Geography

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  93. English

    1. He kept in contact with his parents every day during the journey. 2. He got in contact with his parents every day during the journey. 3. He kept in touch with his parents every day during the journey. 4. He got in touch with his parents every day during

  94. Elem. Ed.

    Can you please help with this question? Home visits,where a teacher visits children from her classroom and their parents in their homes,are valuable to all concerned. Which of the following is the greatest challenge to this form of parent involvement? 1.

  95. English

    1. I want to do volunteer work at a nursing home. 2. I want to do volunteer work in a nursing home. (Which preposition should we use? Are both OK?) 3. I want to do volunteer work at an orphanage because I want to take care of orphans who are helpless. 4. I

  96. Health and Human Services revised

    Please check my answer and let me know how I can improve on it thanks. Directions: Answer the following questions in 2 separate paragraphs. (revised) 1. Why is the cost of health care an important factor? The cost of health care is an important factor

  97. daycare

    You've decided to operate a day care home. Which one of the following factors is the most important in helping you make your decision? A. Your family is willing to share their living space with the children in the program. B. Your home seems to be large

  98. child day care

    You’ve decided to operate a day care home. Which one of the following factors is the most important in helping you make your decision? A. Your family is willing to share their living space with the children in the program. B. Your home seems to be large

  99. chem

    Predict the order of the increasing vapor pressure for the following compounds: FCH2CH2F FCH2CH2OH HOCH2CH2OH Result:the order its written that the oreder it's increasing but im not sure

  100. AP Psychology

    please check: 1. the personalities of adopted children: a. similar to personalities of other children in adoptive families b. very similar to personalities of biologically related siblings c. not very similar to personalities of adoptive parents d. more

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