Child Education College: A College Without the Student Cost

Child Education Colleges: A Higher Education Without the Students Cost, by Scott Baskerville, July 29, 2018, The American Conservatives, 571 pp., ISBN 978-0-309-00579-2.

The article, which describes the work of a leading child education consultant, is available from The American Center for Educational Research.

Child Education Coaches: The Case for Child Education (Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 2016), edited by Ian McCaw, ISBN 978 0-87959-08-5.

An introduction to the work and research of Child Education Coach, a respected UK educational consultancy.

This is a very comprehensive article with an excellent discussion of the issues, techniques and outcomes of Child Educators work.

For further information on Child Educator and their work, please contact their website at www.childeducationcoaches.com.

The Children of the Future: A Conversation about Children in the 21st Century (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press; Cambridge, UK: MIT Press; Oxford, UK; San Francisco, CA: UC Berkeley Press, 2011), by Michael H. Green, Michael Hernstein, and Jonathan B. Hirsch, Eds., eds.

Child Educating Children (Camford, MA; New York: Cambridge University Press.

), 288 pp., (MIT Press, 2014), ISBN 978‐0‐323‐18998-7.

The book is available at Amazon, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Barnes and Noble and IndieBound.

For the most up-to-date information on child education in the United States, please visit www.childrenofthefuture.com .

The American College of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: An Overview of the Association (Boston, MA, USA: American College Pediatrics, 2000), by Dr. Karen Hays, MD, MPH, and Dr. Mark P. Zukerman, PhD, EdS, Ph.

D. The American Journal of Psychiatry, vol.

202, no. 6, pages 446–465, April 8, 2020.

Available at www,aap.org/pubs/20180606/S0601201806_p4_hays.pdf.

For additional information on the role of pediatricians in child health care, please see this blog entry by Drs.

Hays and Zukerman, entitled “Why Child Adolescent Psychiatric Services Should Be Part of Child Health Care” (American Academy of Pediatrics, 2015).

The American Psychiatric Association: Psychiatric and Psychological Treatment in the Profession (New York, NY: Oxford University Press).

Available at https://www.psychiatry.org.

A comprehensive list of publications and links to the web sites of these organizations, as well as the American Psychiatric Publishing List, can be found at www/eprints/book_books/apr.html.

A review of the latest scientific research on mental health disorders and child development is available here, as are some of the reviews of child development books and books about children and family life, which can be accessed here.

In addition to this review, there is a great article by Dr Hays entitled “What Is Child Development?”

(The Journal of Psychology, Vol.

109, no 3, pages 1059–1063, November 5, 2015), which can also be accessed at www/_pages/jpsych/article/child_development.html and is available to download here.

There is also an excellent article by Hays titled “Child Development: A Journal of Science, Philosophy, and Psychology” (Child Development, Vol 1, No. 3, February, 2010), which is available on the APA website, as can be read here.

The National Center for Advancing Transitional Education (NCAT) provides a great list of resources to help parents and teachers improve the educational opportunities of their children, including a list of articles, resources, and websites.

In the past few years, the NCAT has published several articles on the topic, including the article “How We Can Improve Our Kids’ Child Development,” which can read here and can be downloaded here.

For a list with more resources, including resources for educators, parents, and the general public, see NCAT’s “Child Education Resources” page.

For more information on children and their education, please refer to our Children in Transition article on the subject.