Improving quality in the early years: A comparison of perspectives and measures
A study in England of stakeholder perceptions of early years education and care quality and the alignment of these perceptions with definitions of quality embedded in three approaches to quality measurement, as well as an examination of the associations among quality ratings produced by these three approaches, based on focus groups with parents, providers, and local authorities, and analyses of regulatory inspection reports, environment rating scales data, and quality assurance scheme participation data
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