Preparing teachers of young children: The current state of knowledge, and a blueprint for the future: Part I: Teacher preparation and professional development in grades K-12 and in early care and education: Differences and similarities, and implications for research
University of California, Berkeley. Center for the Study of Child Care Employment
||A comparison of the practices involved in the training and preparation of kindergarten through grade 12 teachers and the training and preparation of early care and education teachers, including teacher education, credentialing, certification, professional development, and teaching environment
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