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Journal of Early Education Law and Policy

VOLUME 2013
THE LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO
JOURNAL OF EARLY EDUCATION LAW AND POLICY

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  1. Early Childhood Education and the African American Child: A Look at the Impact of Early Education on the Reduction of Violent Crime Among African-American Youth
    by: Jarrett Adams and Demetria Brown

  2. Turning Streams Into a River: The Case for Integrating Preschool Into the School Funding Formula
    by: Joshua Cauhorn

  3. The Heckman Equation: Invest + Develop + Sustain = Gain
    by: Hadas Corey

  4. Invest In Your Future: Implementing President Obama's Plan for Universal Preschool
    by: Megan Fahey

  5. Breaking Gender Barriers in Early Childhood Education: An Exploration of the Reggio Emilia and Montessori Approaches
    by: Ashley R. Huntington

  6. Vouching for Preschool: Using a School-Choice Voucher Program to Ensure Access to Universal Preschool Edcuation for All U.S. Children
    by: Ashley Jaconetti

  7. Special Education in America: The Importance of Early Inclusion and the Inadequacy of the Least Restrictive Environment Principle
    by: Dana N. Scott

  8. Early Childhood Education - A New U.S. Priority, but Now What?
    by: Ebony C. Smith

  9. Children on the Autism Spectrum and the Reggio Emilia Approach
    by: Alexa Vouros

  10. Bringing the Reggio Emilia Approach to Rural Communities
    by: Lindsay Walsh

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