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From on campus to online: The impact of the pandemic on ECE higher education programs

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These are the findings of a survey of the changing practices of early childhood education degree programs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. The authors surveyed 263 educators to learn of the challenges faced in the rapid switch to online learning. The survey also collected information on challenges faced by students, the ability to place students in classrooms, and challenges related to the use of online key assessments for program accreditation.
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United States

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