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Examining Home-Based Child Care
John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference
  • Briana Carter, Illinois Wesleyan University
  • Leah Nillas, Faculty Advisor, Illinois Wesleyan University
Graduation Year
Room 102, State Farm Hall
Start Date
16-4-2016 10:00 AM
End Date
16-4-2016 11:00 AM
“Early childhood education programs have flourished over the past few decades as more and more parents come to believe in the benefits of starting children’s education as early as possible and find themselves in need of daycare” (Phillips, 2015, p. 1). In this literature review on child care, I analyzed and synthesized several Child Care studies and research articles. I focused on the significance of different types of child care service, parents expectations of the child care, benefits of early childhood education, and disadvantages in early childhood education. The role of home-based daycares and daycare centers each has a distinction that impacts the child differently through the information presented to them. Using several Child Care studies and research articles, home-based can provide a greater influence on the child’s future outcomes.
Citation Information
Briana Carter and Leah Nillas, Faculty Advisor. "Examining Home-Based Child Care" (2016)
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