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Examining the definition and measurement of quality in early childhood education: A review of studies using the ECERS-R from 2003 to 2010

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A content analysis of both definitions of quality and the manner in which it has been operationally defined in research studies using the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale--Revised (ECERS-R) to measure early care and education quality, based on data from 76 studies conducted between 2003-2010
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United States

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