A pilot study of quality support coaching in LAUP: Findings from the 2010-2011 program year: Final report
Moiduddin, Emily M.;
Smith, Elisha K.;
||10 November, 2011
First 5 LA
||A pilot study of quality support coaching for center-based and family child care providers in the universal prekindergarten program of Los Angeles County that examines coaching implementation, stakeholder perceptions of coaching, and characteristics of coaching across different contexts, based on key informant interviews, coach and provider focus groups, coaching record reviews, and provider case studies
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