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Child care quality improvement using proximal learning and mentoring

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An exploration of the influence of a provider training program on the improvement of child care program quality, based on a sample of 62 caregivers from 10 child care centers in central Pennsylvania; and an investigation of the effect of participation in a proximal learning/mentoring intervention program on early childhood teachers? improvement of the overall quality of their programs, based on a sample of 19 directors and lead teachers from licensed child care centers
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Pennsylvania

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