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Promoting a culture of continuous learning in early care and education settings

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The purpose of this report is to share findings from the BSC feasibility study in ECE centers. The feasibility study examined how ECE centers (i.e., child care centers and Head Start) participated in BSC quality improvement activities and the extent to which the BSC promoted changes in individual practices and organizational dynamics. The feasibility study assessed 1) the process of implementing a BSC in ECE centers, 2) whether participating centers developed a culture of continuous improvement, and 3) how the BSC fostered sustained changes in workplace climate and individual practices to support children’s SEL. Findings from the CCL feasibility study can inform recommendations for implementing and evaluating a BSC at a larger scale by including more ECE centers of different types, and across diverse geographic areas. (author abstract)

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