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The QUINCE-PFI study: An evaluation of a promising model for child care provider training: Final report

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An examination of the efficacy of an individualized, assessment-based, on-site consultation model of professional development for the quality improvement of early childhood programs, based on 108 child care classrooms and 263 family child care homes from twenty-four agencies in five states assigned to a group to receive a professional development intervention or to a control group
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
California; Iowa; Minnesota; Nebraska; North Carolina

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