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Child Care and Early Education for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Families: Research-to-Policy Resources
June is LGBT Pride Month. Among those celebrating will be America’s LGBT parents, who are raising an estimated 2 to 4 million children under 18 years old. In recognition that working with this growing population presents special considerations for early care and education (ECE) providers, the National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement, which is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families early childhood training and technical assistance system, produced a resource series to help ECE programs build strong relationships with LGBT parents and families. To complement this work, this Research-to-Policy Resource List compiles empirical research on American LGBT families’ experiences with ECE and providers’ experiences and preparation for working with LGBT families.



 
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Recent Highlights from Our Research and Policy Library
Research Connections regularly reviews the latest acquisitions and identifies reports and journal articles of high policy relevance. Link to the Highlights from our Libary section from the homepage for the latest noteworthy additions: 
Research on Curricula and Interventions Analyses of the 2012 National Survey of Early Care and Education Other Recent Research
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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 library.
Variable Search Tab

Research Connections’ search results page has a variables tab, which allows researchers more direct access to locating and comparing variables of interest across studies. When you conduct a search, simply click on the Variables tab to see a list of variables that matches the term you entered. From here, you can navigate from the variable to a study homepage or select variables to compare frequencies, as well as look at differences in the question text.

 
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Research Connections' library 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 library. 
Looking Forward to the Proposed 2019 National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) Overview: A State Perspective

Planning is underway for a proposed 2019 NSECE! This webinar, and its accompanying PowerPoint presentation, reviews uses of 2012 NSECE state data and describes ways for states to participate in the proposed 2019 NSECE, such as the provider sample frame supplement available for states.
For additional resources on the 2012 NSECE, check out our data training resources page.
 
Opportunities in the Field
Apply for Position: Assistant/Associate Professor, Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education, University of Nebraska--Lincoln

The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders at the University of Nebraska Lincoln is searching for a new faculty member at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, with expertise in Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education (EI/ECSE) for young children with disabilities birth to 5 years and their families. The position is tenure leading with a nine-month appointment. Appointment at the associate professor level may be awarded with tenure. Responsibilities: Establish a vigorous, extramurally funded and collaborative program of research, teach undergraduate or graduate courses in area of expertise or closely related areas, mentor and direct student research, and provide professional outreach and service in the department, college, university and broader community. Qualifications: Requirements include an earned doctorate (PhD) in Special Education, Developmental or Clinical Psychology, or related field. College teaching experience and evidence of grantsmanship required.

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