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Virginia Preschool Initiative-Plus formative evaluation report: Statewide report


This report presents formative evaluation findings for VPI+ classrooms across all 11 divisions for the period of September-December 2015. All VPI+ divisions will also receive an individual report summarizing formative findings for their individual division twice each year to help them further strengthen their program implementation. This first formative report focuses on the areas of (1) enrollment and access overall and for subgroups of children to VPI+ classrooms; (2) program implementation and quality, including the extent to which VPI+ programs include high-quality program elements specified in the VPI+ model; (3) training and technical assistance for VPI+ division coordinators, coaches, and family engagement coordinators; (4) local coaching and professional development including data on the type, intensity, and content of professional development and perceptions regarding how well professional development and coaching are meeting teachers' needs; (5) facilitators of and barriers to implementation; and (6) recommendations for further strengthening implementation. Future reports will include results from teacher surveys. (author abstract)

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