FDC

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AcronymDefinition
FDCFirst Day Cover
FDCForum for Democratic Change (est. 2004)
FDCFédération Départementale des Chasseurs (French: Departmental Federation of Hunters)
FDCFloppy Disk Controller
FDCFactory Direct Craft (Springboro, OH)
FDCFirst Data Corporation
FDCFunds Dissemination Committee (Wikimedia)
FDCFamily Day Care
FDCFahr Dynamik Control
FDCFerrari Data Center
FDCFddi Capture File
FDCFile Data Classifier
FDCFloppy Disk Card
FDCFixed-Dose-Combination
FDCFundação Dom Cabral (University)
FDCFrench Drift Community (forum)
FDCFollicular Dendritic Cell
FDCFicha de Dados Cadastrais (Portuguese: Registration Data Sheet; Brazil)
FDCFire Direction Center
FDCFreedom from Debt Coalition (Philippines)
FDCFederal Detention Center
FDCFault Detection and Classification
FDCFaïencerie de Charolles (French: Charolles Pottery)
FDCFood Distribution Center (various locations)
FDCFire Department Connection
FDCFukuoka Dental College (Japan)
FDCFormation Density Log (energy industry)
FDCFaith Driven Consumer
FDCFlight Data Center
FDCFleur de Coin (French: mint condition; coin collecting)
FDCField Data Center
FDCFunded Defined Contribution
FDCFlow Duration Curve (surface hydrology)
FDCFilm Development Corporation (Bangladesh)
FDCFederal Data Corporation
FDCFox-Davies Capital (UK)
FDCFondo de Desarrollo Campesino (Spanish: Farmer Development Fund; various locations)
FDCFood Development Corporation (Texas)
FDCFully Distributed Costs
FDCFlanders District of Creativity
FDCFight Directors Canada
FDCForm/Design Center (Sweden)
FDCFenland District Council (UK)
FDCForward Data Channel
FDCFood Development Center (Philippines)
FDCFond Départemental de Compensation (French: Departmental Compensation Fund)
FDCFixed Drug Combination
FDCFile Delete Child
FDCFamily Duty Counsel (Canada)
FDCFolk Development College (Tanzania)
FDCForest Decimal Classification
FDCFriday Drinks Club
FDCForest Defenders Camp (Greenpeace)
FDCFirst Digitized Corps
FDCForster Drilling Corporation (Houston, TX)
FDCFire Detection Center
FDCFlight Data Company
FDCFlight Director Computer
FDCFlorida Department of Citrus
FDCFacility Design Criteria
FDCFlorida Development Commission
FDCField Data Computer
FDCFunctional Data Coordinator
FDCFirst District Court
FDCFrequency Domain Convolution
FDCFragness Defence Clan (gaming clan)
FDCFederal Disaster Control
FDCFirestar Design Company (Grand Junction, CO)
FDCFather's Day Council Carolinas
FDCFrequency Domain Coding
FDCFinal Design Criteria
FDCForward Direction Center
FDCForced Draft Cooler (fans)
FDCFault Decision Criteria
FDCFlexy Disk Controller
FDCFormation Drone Control
FDCFunctional Design Criterion
FDCFixed-Decade Capacitor
FDCForever Dropping Casualties (gaming clan)
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Among low-income mothers with a one-year-old child who used a day care center, 56 percent receive child care assistance compared to only 20 percent of those who used family day care and 14.4 percent of those who used relative care.
As a voice for caregivers globally, the International Family Day Care Organization (IFDCO) (n.d.) was initiated in 1985 "to facilitate an international exchange of information, ideas and methods for the development of Family Day Care" (para.
The study, funded by the Australian Research Council, is supported by Family Day Care Australia and KU Children's Services.
A child this stressed over school may need to be cared for at home or moved to a family day care situation
The campus features a cafeteria, fitness center, and an on-site family day care center.
In response to the study, Trost and colleagues with the OSU Extension Service will launch a four-year intervention study next fall, working with family day care providers in Lane and four other counties.
These statistics point to the need to expand the provision of daycare centers and family day care, which would then make it possible for more mothers of small children to join the labor market (Many studies show that the rate of mothers' participation in the workforce increases as their children get older).
The commitments included retaining the operational subsidy for non-profit, community based centres, establishing a national planning framework to guide the development of new services, and extending the accreditation system to family day care, out of school hours care and occasional care.
Various forms of child care have emerged from this increased need, including family day care, in-home care, child care centers, nursery schools, relative care, preschools, kindergarten, before- and after-school programs and more (Clarke-Stewart, 2001; Driscoll & Nagel, 2005).
Nineteen of 21 counties responded and the total list consisted of 868 child care centers and family day care providers.
At comparatively little cost to government, child care places in family day care and after school care were uncapped; that is, like long day care, in future, they will be funded according to demand.