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Enhancing child care for children with special needs through technical assistance


This paper reports on ongoing evaluation work of a county-wide special needs child care program. For the past 13 years, the county has evaluated its special needs child care program, examining the perspectives of parents, teachers, and center directors at different times and connecting these perspectives to different children's experiences. The intent of this study was to bring together these three perspectives along with the technical assistance (TA) consultant's perspective on the same set of cases. By doing so, the study aimed to more fully illuminate the case experiences and the outcomes that emerge in the special needs child care program. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
United States

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