A study of child care services in Virginia's community colleges
Roehling, Judith Gail Freyhauf
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The present study investigated 1) the attitudes of Virginia community college officials pertaining to the relationship between child care services and Virginia's community colleges and 2) the present state of development of child care services on Virginia's community college campuses. The sample included all the Presidents and Directors of Continuing Education from Virginia's twenty-three community colleges. Data obtained from a questionnaire constructed by the investigator revealed a) that both Presidents and Continuing Education Directors were accepting of the relationship between child care services and the community college campus, b) that they plan to support child care services on the community college campus in the forms of community service, student service, and learning laboratories, and c) that although attitudes were positive about the concept of child care on the community college campus, no services were available because of a lack of staff, physical facilities and funds.
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