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Dr. Bartik’s research focuses on state and local economic development
and local labor markets, including research in the following areas:
evaluating economic development programs, how investment in early
childhood programs affects local economies, the benefits of higher
education institutions for local economic development, and alternative
policies for increasing labor demand for the poor.
Dr. Bartik’s research focuses on state and local economic development
and local labor markets, including research in the following areas:
evaluating economic development programs, how investment in early
childhood programs affects local economies, the benefits of higher
education institutions for local economic development, and alternative
policies for increasing labor demand for the poor.

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M
ICHIGAN
A
SSOCIATION OF
A
DMINISTRATORS OF
S
PECIAL
E
DUCATION
Early ChildhoodEarly ChildhoodEarly ChildhoodEarly ChildhoodEarly Childhood Programs and Programs and Programs and Programs and Programs andServices:Services:Services:Services:Services:
 Report and Report and Report and Report and Report and Recommendations Recommendations Recommendations Recommendations Recommendations
A REPORT OF THE BIRTH TO 5EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICESPROJECT WORKGROUP
 
 A Report of the Birth to Five Early Childhood Services Project WorkgroupMAASEJune, 2004
Project ParticipantsProject ParticipantsProject ParticipantsProject ParticipantsProject Participants
MAASE Birth to Five Early Childhood Services Project Membership
Thomas Koepke
MAASE Project Co-Leader
Assistant Superintendent for Special Education
Monroe County ISD
Larry D. Foster
MAASE Project Co-Leader
Director of Special Education
Muskegon Public Schools
Jovina Coughlin
Supervisor of Special Education
Washtenaw ISD
Michele Cutcher
Director of Special Education
Branch ISD
Connie Davidson
Director of Special Education
Menominee ISD
Daris Delsi
Supervisor of Early Childhood Services
Van Buren ISD
Catherine Herzog
Director of Special Education
Waterford Public Schools
Lucy Hough-Waite
Director of Special Education
Kent ISD
Susan Kabat
Assistant Superintendent for Special Education
Eastern UP ISD
Joseph Kulkulski
Director of Special Education
Livingston ISD
Stephanie Peters
Supervisor of Early Childhood andSpecial Education Support Services/ Early On Coordinator
Ingham ISD
Elaine Smiley
Supervisor of Special Education
Clare-Gladwin ISD
 
 A Report of the Birth to Five Early Childhood Services Project WorkgroupMAASEJune, 2004
Early Childhood Consultants
Cheryl Granzo
Early On Coordinator
Ionia ISD
Carl Ill
Director of Early Childhood Education
Allegan ISD
Perry Lopucki
Director of Early Childhood Education
Muskegon and Oceana ISD
Michigan Department of Education Representatives
Jacquelyn Thompson
Director, Office of Special Educationand Early Intervention Services,
Michigan Department of Education
David Brock
Supervisor, Office of Special Educationand Early Intervention Services,
Michigan Department of Education
Lindy Buch
Supervisor, Early Childhood,
Michigan Department of Education
Dianne Easterling
Program Staff, Office of Special Educationand Early Intervention Services,
Michigan Department of Education
Sister Barbara Cline
Early On Trainer and Technical Assistance,
Clinton ISD
Connie Robinson
Lead Consultant, Michigan School ReadinessProgram,
Michigan Department of Education
The contents and recommendations within this report reflect the opinions of the MAASE Birth to FiveEarly Childhood Services Project Workgroup and the MAASE Executive Board. MAASE recognizes the specialefforts and expertise of the individuals and their organizations listed on this page. We are especiallythankful for the assistance of the staff of the Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services.By listing the individuals and organizations they belong to does not imply that OSE-EIS, MDE, or any of theISDs endorse all of the recommendations listed herein.Special appreciation is given to the Monroe County Intermediate School District for the graphic design ofthis document.

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