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A descriptive-comparative study of professional development and observed quality in early care and education programs

A qualitative comparison of content, quantity, intensity, and duration of teachers' professional development experiences between 10 early care and education classrooms rated as good and 10 classrooms rated as poor that serve children ages 2½- through 5-years old, from a secondary analysis of data collected from a large-scale evaluation of Colorado?s Qualistar Quality Rating System between 2000-2003
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