Using National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth survey data, we identify three homework trends that differentiate the homework activities of full-time employed mothers from the work of "at-home" mothers.
What does NLSCY stand for?
NLSCY stands for National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (Canada)
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- National Loan Servicing Center
- National Logistics Supply Center
- National Logistics Support Command
- National Longitudinal Survey of Children (Canada)
- Navy Lockheed Service Center (US Navy)
- NBA (National Basketball Association) Live Series Center (video game website)
- NOAA Logistics Support Center
- Northern Lites Snowmobile Club (Manitoba, Canada)
- Navy League Sea Cadet Corps (Australia)
- Normalized Least-Squares Channel Error
- Non-Label Switched Domains
- Non-Local Spin Density
- Northern Lehigh School District (Slatington, PA)
- Northern Lights School Division (Canada)
- Northern Lights School of Dance (Yukon Territory, Canada)
- Neutral Lipid Storage Disease with Ichthyosis
- NATO Logistics Stock Exchange
- Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation
- National Longitudinal Study of Freshman
- Networked Learning Support Framework (UK)
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The analysis was conducted in the British Columbia Inter-university Research Data Centre at the Univorsity of British Columbia and was based on 2000/01 National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth and 2001 Census profile.
The study on early sexual intercourse is based on data from the 1996/97, 1998/99 and 2000/01 National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (NLSCY).
Paul Roberts prepared the report, using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth.
Using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth and the Canada Fitness Survey, the researchers identified a number of factors that contribute to the risk of becoming overweight.
The limited financial resources of the families affected their ability to purchase food and their use of food banks was higher than the one-third of families that experienced hunger and reported food bank use in the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth.