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Voices from the field: Perceptions of Maryland child care providers: Study of the perceived impact and challenges of the Maryland EXCELS program through in-depth interviews and online survey of Maryland child care providers

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The Maryland EXCELS Research Team at Johns Hopkins University conducted the Early Childhood and School-Age Educator Perception Study in 2018 to understand the early childhood and school-age educator’s perceived impact and challenges of Maryland EXCELS, and to identify which aspects of Maryland EXCELS have the most influence on producing quality in child care practices. The Early Childhood and School-Age Educator Perception Study consisted of two phases: (a) Phase 1, a brief 5- minute online survey asking about early childhood and school-age educators’ perceptions of various Maryland EXCELS content areas, and (b) Phase 2, in-depth interviews and an online survey asking about early childhood and school-age educators’ perceptions of specific Maryland EXCELS criteria. (author abstract)

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Maryland

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