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Quick facts: Professional development to support teachers of young dual language learners in California

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Given that almost two thirds of California’s young children are dual language learners (DLLs), early educators need focused supports to strengthen their capacity to support DLLs’ early learning and engage their families. This brief presents a snapshot of professional development challenges, requirements, and supports for early learning and care programs serving DLLs across the state. Findings described here are from a survey of a state-representative sample of early learning program administrators in 16 counties, conducted as part of the First 5 California DLL Pilot Study. (author abstract)
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