Meeting the Needs of Children

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Early Child Care & Education: Meeting the Needs of Children
There are more choices for early child care and education these days than ever before. But an increase in number doesn't always imply an increase in quality. How can parents…
The Child in the Family: Meeting the Needs of Children
A child has a place in the family, but that role has changed over time. Through a series of interviews and video profiles, this program presents the many types of…
Nutrition: Meeting the Needs of Children
Nutrition is important throughout a person's life, beginning in the womb! Our program on Nutrition takes a developmental approach to nutritional requirements for the prenatal, infancy, toddlerhood, preschool, school age,…

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