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New Data: Child Care and Development Fund Administrative Data, Federal Fiscal Year 2014
Research Connections’ recently released the Child Care and Development Fund Administrative Data, Federal Fiscal Year 2014 data. This is the fourteenth release of CCDF Administrative Data through Research Connections. These data capture how CCDF funding provides assistance to low-income families receiving or in transition from temporary public assistance.
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Recent Highlights from Our Collection
Research Connections regularly reviews the latest acquisitions and identifies reports and journal articles of high policy relevance. Link to the Recent Highlights from Our Collection section from the home page for the latest noteworthy additions: 
Research Findings 50 State Tools and Resources

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Tip of the Week
In each newsletter, this section will highlight a helpful feature on the Research Connections websiteTo find out more information, check out our website for helpful tips and tools on the research in our collection.
Download Datasets in Different Formats

The Quick Download button on the study home page gives you easy access to the file format of your choice, including SAS, Stata, and SPSS. 
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Research Connections' collection now contains webinars and other multimedia resources. Each issue of News & Resources features one recently added webinar. Check out our website for all of the webinars in our collection. 
The Intersection of Afterschool and SEL for 21st Century Readiness 

The American Youth Policy Forum and Forum for Youth Investment produced a webinar discussing the social and emotional learning component in afterschool settings and the value this skill set has in the development of young people toward college, work, and life. A Powerpoint Presentation accompanies the webinar which includes national research, best practices, and frameworks shared by representatives from Michigan and the Washington, D.C. / northern Virginia regions.
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Call for Presentations: Final Deadline Extension for the National Research Conference on Early Childhood 2018, Administration for Children and Families

The Administration for Children and Families aims to support the social and economic well-being of families, children, individuals, and communities. The goals of ACF’s National Research Conference on Early Childhood 2018 (NRCEC 2018) are to: identify and disseminate research relevant to young children (birth to 8 years) and their families, and encourage collaboration among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to build upon the evidence base for policy and practice. The 2018 Conference will present the latest research surrounding child care, Head Start, Early Head Start, home visiting, child welfare, special education, pre-kindergarten, early elementary, and other early childhood programs. Further, the conference welcomes submissions from all relevant fields including education, child development, political science, psychology, sociology, public and allied health, pediatrics, psychiatry, nursing, social work, dentistry, anthropology, law, and economics. Extended deadline for submission is Friday, December 1st.

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Apply for an Award: Early Education and Child Development Special Interest Group 2018 Outstanding Dissertation Award, American Educational Research Association

The Early and Child Development Special Interest Group (EE/CD SIG) is soliciting nominations for our Dissertation Award. The EE/CD SIG awards the Outstanding Dissertation Award for a recent dissertation of exceptional merit. The recipient will receive a plaque from the SIG and a monetary gift at the EE/CD SIG Business meeting. The recipient also receives an automatic invitation to present the dissertation work as part of the EE/CD Business Meeting. The criteria for this award are: 1) A completed and defended dissertation accepted by the Graduate School of the nominee’s university within two years of the deadline for submission. 2) A study that investigates a topic related to the development of children between birth and age 8, including studies focused on families, teachers and others who care for and educate young children; 3) A nominating professor who is a current member of AERA.

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If you have a child care and early education-related opportunities of interest to our audience of researchers and policymakers, please send a short description to us.

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