A case study of the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care: Executive summary

Resource Type: Executive Summary
Author(s): Strategies for Children; Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy;
Date Issued: April, 2008
Publisher(s): Strategies for Children; Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy
Description: A summary of a study of the creation, development, and impact of the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care during its first two and a half years, based on interviews with public and private educators and program providers, legislators, policymakers, business leaders, early education experts, and other stakeholders
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Funder(s): W. K. Kellogg Foundation
Source: Boston: Strategies for Children. Retrieved May 16, 2008, from http://www.strategiesforchildren.org/Publications/0804_Rennie_ExSum.pdf
Topics: Policies > Coordination & Integration
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