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Washington’s expanded learning opportunities: The promise of a systems approach [Executive summary]

This report examines how partners in Washington state took on a multi-year effort to ensure that programs across the state could achieve a high-bar of quality so that young people would be more likely to enjoy the potential benefits of these programs. Borrowing from many of the lessons learned from the Early Learning Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS), Washington sought to leverage the strengths of the QRIS and extend the quality system to serve school-age and youth in ways that propel the field forward. (author abstract)
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