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State Issues and Innovations in Creating Integrated Early Learning and Development Systems

State Issues and Innovations in Creating Integrated Early Learning and Development Systems

A Follow-Up to Early Childhood 2010: Innovations for the Next Generation

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This report examines efforts to build state-integrated early learning and development systems for children. It focuses on six themes: leadership, data usage, quality improvement, community partnership, physical and behavioral integration, and children with multiple risks.

Pub id: SMA11-4661
Publication Date: 9/2011
Popularity: Not ranked
Format: Report
Audience: Policymakers, Professional Care Providers, Program Planners, Administrators, & Project Managers, Public Health Professionals, Public Officials, HHS Staff, Educators, Community Coalitions, Non-Profits & Faith-Based Organizations
Population Group: At-Risk, Children as Population Group

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