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Developing reliable and valid measures of implementation to support high quality in early care and education centers


This brief, part of a series of research briefs presenting findings from a multi-case study of 30 ECE centers, focuses on the psychometric properties of the ICHQ implementation measures. The multi-case study helped us develop draft measures and explore how well they are working to summarize implementation, estimate costs, and identify ways centers can achieve quality. (author abstract)

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United States

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