Learning together: A study of six B.A. completion cohort programs in early care and education: Year 4: Executive summary
Austin, Lea J. E.;
University of California, Berkeley. Center for the Study of Child Care Employment
||A summary of findings from the fourth year of a five-year longitudinal study of six cohorts of students participating in California early childhood education B.A. completion programs, in which small groups of students pursue bachelor's degrees together and receive support services, that examine participants' perceptions of the cohort program's contribution to their educational and professional success, their perceptions of their general education courses, and their responses to hypothetical preschool classroom vignettes, based on interviews with 85 students
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