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This colorful text explains what prospective directors need to do to start a child care program in their community. Steps are given in an easy-to-follow question-and-answer format. Management aspects of operating a successful center are featured in the second part of the text. This edition includes many new topics, and each chapter includes a list of references.
This text provides step-by-step information about how to set up and operate both proprietary and not-for-profit programs. The authors address the issues involved long before children arrive, such as determining need, and obtaining financial support, as well as topics of operation, including leadership, organization, keeping children healthy and safe, and working with parents. Linda and Alan Nelson work for Indiana U. of Pennsylvania in the child development and family relations department. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)