“Chapter 1 An Overview of the Field Early Childhood” by Gayle Julian is CC By 4.0
Bipartison Policy Center, (2019). History of Federal Funding for Child Care and Early Learning. Retrieved from www.bipartisanpolicy.org
Cahan, Emily. (1989). Past Caring, A History of U.S. Preschool Care and Education for the Poor, 1820-1965.
Coalition for Responsible Home Education, 2020. https//www.responsiblehomeschooling.org
Elkind, David (2010). The History of Early Childhood Education. Retrieved from http://communityplaythings/resources.
Kiesling, Linda (2019). Paid Child Care for Working Mothers? All it Took Was a World War, New York Times.
Michel, S. (2011). The History of Childcare in the U.S. Social Welfare History Project. Retrieved from http://socialwelfare.library.vcu.edu/programs/child-care-the-american-history/
Miller, E. and Almon, J (2009). Crisis In Kindergarten, Why Children Need to Play in School. Retrieved from http://allianceforchildhood.org
NAEYC (March, 2020). Power to the Profession: http://powertotheprofession.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Power-to-Profession-Framework-exec-summary-03082020.pdf
Obama, Barack (2013). Retrieved from https://obamawhitehouse.archives,gov/the-press-office/2013
QRIS National Learning Network https://qrisnetwork.org
UNICEF (July, 2019). A No-Brainer: Advocating for Early Childhood Education. www.unicefusa.org
Yarrow, Andrew. (2009). History of U.S. Children’s Policy, 1900-Present.
Websites you may want to explore further
Department of Children, Youth and Families: www.dcyf.wa.gov
Child Care Aware of Washington: www.childcareaware.org
National Association for the Education of Young Children: www.naeyc.org
NAEYC Equity Statement: https://www.naeyc.org/resources/position-statements/equity
Unifying the Framework Executive Summary: http://powertotheprofession.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Power-to-Profession-Framework-exec-summary-03082020.pdf