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Barbara T. Bowman, M.A.

Barbara T. Bowman, M.A. Biography: Barbara T. Bowman is a pioneer in the field of early childhood education. Throughout her career, she has been an advocate for young children, applying knowledge about child development to her work integrating policy and practice. She is a founder and past president of Erikson Institute and has held local and national leadership positions in public education and professional organizations. She is currently on the faculty of Erikson Institute.

Barbara T. Bowman, M.A.'s Books

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  • The Head Start Debates

    ISBN: 978-1-55766-754-0

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    The first book to capture the Head Start debates in all their complexity and diversity, this landmark volume mines Head Start's 38-year history for lessons learned, turns a critical eye on where the program is headed, and offers readers distinct and often contrasting viewpoints.

    Paperback $39.95 Qty:
  • Celebrating 50 Years of Child Development Research

    ISBN: 978-1-68125-276-6

    Description

    Based on presentations made at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute's 50th anniversary symposium, this essential reference looks back on the Institute's trailblazing history, analyzes contemporary issues in child development, and recommends critical new research directions.

    Paperback $79.95 Qty:
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