Home Geography Global Perspectives on Human Capital in Early Childhood Education: Reconceptualizing Theory, Policy, and Practice
I would like to thank Dr. Theodora Lightfoot-Rueda and Dr. Ruth Peach for their guidance, mentorship, and collaboration; my community partners, Dr. Linda Rae Murray and Mr. Jim Bloyd, and colleagues at the Cook County Department of Public Health for their collaboration in public health practice; and Dr. Lorraine Conroy, senior associate dean and Illinois Education and Research Center (ERC) Center director, for the leadership and support. This publication was supported by Grant # TOH008672 from National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Its contents are sole responsibility of the author and do not necessarily represent the official views of NIOSH.
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