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Capturing Native American views toward the business plan for early childhood development


This report follows up on the publication released by NMECDP that provided preliminary results from the focus groups our team collectively conducted across the state. Some of the overall findings from our report include: the need to reduce fragmentation of current funding streams intended to support programming for Tribal communities; the need to improve trust in the state government which is currently an impediment for wider utilization of early childhood programs; and concerns about the potential for language and cultural loss with expansion of early childhood programs across the state. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
United States
New Mexico

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