Building integrated professional development systems in early childhood: Recommendations for states

Author(s): National Professional Development Center on Inclusion;
Date Issued: May, 2010
Publisher(s): FPG Child Development Institute; National Professional Development Center on Inclusion
Description: Recommendations for the development of an integrated early childhood professional development system
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Funder(s): Special Education Programs (U.S.)
Source: Chapel Hill, NC: FPG Child Development Institute. Retrieved May 18, 2010, from http://community.fpg.unc.edu/resources/articles/NPDCI-Building-Integrated-PD-in-EC-May-2010.pdf/at_download/file (no longer accessible as of January 17, 2013)
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce > Training, Mentoring, & Apprenticeships

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Country: United States
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