Research on the Professional Development of Early Childhood Teachers in Florida
Mullis, Ann K.;
||An inquiry into professional development and articulation as related to early care and education in Florida, including an examination of formal systems of early childhood education, through replication of research first conducted by Early and Winton (2001) with a national sample. The study furnishes accurate baseline data about the number of programs and the kinds of coursework and practicum experiences provided to students; compares the status regarding certain key variables (e.g., faculty race/ethnicity) of early childhood programs with the overall status of the institutions in which they reside; and describes the challenges faced by faculty members in meeting the professional development needs of the early childhood workforce.
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