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In September 2019, leaders from all 64 networks were invited to participate in a Network Leader Survey. The goal of the survey was to better understand how local communities responded to Act 3. Leaders from 58 networks responded to this survey, resulting in an overall response rate of over 90%. This report summarizes key findings from that survey. In this report we provide information about who Louisiana's early childhood network leaders are, describing their educational background and experience working in education. We then summarize their perspectives on quality improvement efforts in their networks, focusing in particular on: (1) building a cohesive system that brings together public school, Head Start, and child care sites; (2) the CLASS™, and Louisiana's approach to accountability; (3) professional development opportunities; (4) curriculum; (5) child assessments and; (6) credentialing opportunities for child care teachers. We also highlight their key successes and challenges in fostering system-wide quality improvements. (author abstract)
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Louisiana

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