PANEL ON CHILD CARE POLICY

John Palmer (Chair),

The Maxwell School Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University

J. Lawrence Aber,

Department of Psychology, Barnard College

Robert N. Beck,

Bank of America, San Francisco, Calif.

Barbara Bowman,

Erickson Institute, Chicago, Ill.

Andrew Cherlin,

Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University

Judith F. Dunn.

Department of Individual and Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University

Robert LeVine,

Graduate School of Education, Harvard University

Eleanor E. Maccoby,

Department of Psychology, Stanford University

Ruth Massinga,

Casey Family Program, Seattle, Wash.

Rebecca A. Maynard,

Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., Princeton, N.J.

Richard Nelson,

School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

Harriet Presser,

Department of Sociology, University of Maryland

June S. Sale,

UCLA Child Care Services, Los Angeles, Calif.

Anne R. Sanford,

Chapel Hill Training Outreach Project, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Jack P. Shonkoff,

Department of Pediatrics, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Eugene Smolensky,

Graduate School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley

Albert J. Solnit (Ex-Officio,

Board on Mental Health and Behavioral Medicine, Institute of Medicine), Child Study Center, Yale University

Margaret B. Spencer,

Division of Educational Studies, Emory University

John J. Sweeney,

Services Employees International Union, AFL/CIO and CLC, Washington, D.C.

Cheryl D. Hayes, Study Director

Brigid O'Farrell, Senior Research Associate

Martha J. Zaslow, Senior Research Associate/Consultant

Patricia N. Marks, Research Associate

April Brayfield, Statistical Consultant

Michelle Daniels, Administrative Secretary



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Caring for America's Children PANEL ON CHILD CARE POLICY John Palmer (Chair), The Maxwell School Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University J. Lawrence Aber, Department of Psychology, Barnard College Robert N. Beck, Bank of America, San Francisco, Calif. Barbara Bowman, Erickson Institute, Chicago, Ill. Andrew Cherlin, Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University Judith F. Dunn. Department of Individual and Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University Robert LeVine, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University Eleanor E. Maccoby, Department of Psychology, Stanford University Ruth Massinga, Casey Family Program, Seattle, Wash. Rebecca A. Maynard, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., Princeton, N.J. Richard Nelson, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University Harriet Presser, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland June S. Sale, UCLA Child Care Services, Los Angeles, Calif. Anne R. Sanford, Chapel Hill Training Outreach Project, Chapel Hill, N.C. Jack P. Shonkoff, Department of Pediatrics, University of Massachusetts Medical School Eugene Smolensky, Graduate School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley Albert J. Solnit (Ex-Officio, Board on Mental Health and Behavioral Medicine, Institute of Medicine), Child Study Center, Yale University Margaret B. Spencer, Division of Educational Studies, Emory University John J. Sweeney, Services Employees International Union, AFL/CIO and CLC, Washington, D.C. Cheryl D. Hayes, Study Director Brigid O'Farrell, Senior Research Associate Martha J. Zaslow, Senior Research Associate/Consultant Patricia N. Marks, Research Associate April Brayfield, Statistical Consultant Michelle Daniels, Administrative Secretary