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The Arizona Kith and Kin Project evaluation: Brief #3: Professional development with family, friend, and neighbor providers: Implications for dual language learners

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The overall goal of the analyses described in this brief, Brief #3 in a series of four, was to explore and analyze a growing segment of child care providers in the U.S., Latina Family, Friend, and Neighbor providers, and to contextualize these findings for the children in their care who are dual language learners (DLLs). This large sample was obtained by collecting data from providers involved in a 14-week training-support group intervention known as the Arizona Kith and Kin Project. The providers in the Arizona Kith and Kin Project represent a critical population of providers who are serving DLLs. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
Arizona

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