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The Quality Start Los Angeles developmental evaluation: Research findings and lessons learned

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Quality Start Los Angeles (QSLA) is a county-level quality rating and improvement system that supports center-based and family child care providers serving children from birth to age five. The RAND Corporation conducted a developmental evaluation focused on selected QSLA components. This report details the findings from the evaluation organized under two broad topics: (1) the assessment process and tier ratings and (2) coaching. The audience for this report includes QSLA stakeholders and providers, QRIS stakeholders, and practitioners and policymakers who are interested in systems that support early childhood educators. (author abstract)
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United States
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California

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