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SpeciaLink Inclusion Principles Scale
In Irwin, S. H., Lero, D. S., & Brophy, K. (2004). Inclusion: The next generation in child care in Canada (pp. 269-274). Wreck Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada: Breton Books.
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SpeciaLink Inclusion Child Care Principles Profile
Inclusion: The next generation in child care in Canada
Partnerships for Inclusion-Nova Scotia: An evaluation based on the first cohort of child care centres
Assessing inclusion quality in early learning and child care in Canada with the SpeciaLink Child Care Inclusion Practices Profile and Principles Scale
Improving quality, enhancing inclusion: Partnerships for Inclusion-Nova Scotia
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