Early care and education in Massachusetts public school preschool classrooms: Executive summary

Author(s): Marshall, Nancy L.; Creps, Cindy L.; Burstein, Nancy; Glantz, Frederic B.; Robeson, Wendy W.; Barnett, W. Steven; Schimmenti, Jennifer; Keefe, Nancy;
Date Issued: 2002
Publisher(s): Wellesley Centers for Women; Abt Associates
Description: A report examining the quality of early care and education in public school preschool classrooms in Massachusetts.
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