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Willer Barbara A., Lutton Alison, Ginsberg Mark R., 2011
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An overview of standard early educator competencies promoted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), and an identification of the research studies and trends on which the competencies are based
Bishop-Josef Sandra J., Zigler Edward F., 2011
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An account of the alternating external pressures for a focus on either academic skills or broader child development goals throughout the history of Head Start
Duncan Greg J., 2011
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A discussion of the differences in later school success of children who attend preschools that focus primarily on academics or on that include significant behavioral, emotional, and social skills components
Stipek Deborah J., 2011
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A discussion of select research on the associations between the differing qualities of classroom environments and the motivation of children
Raver C. Cybele, Okada Genevieve, 2011
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An overview and summary of a Chicago School Readiness Project experiment on the effects of a teacher training program on both classroom quality and child behavior in Head Start classrooms
Hirsh-Pasek Kathy, Golinkoff Roberta M., 2011
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An argument for play-based learning in preschool environments
Gilliam Walter S., 2011
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A compilation of select arguments for the placement of public prekindergarten programs in public schools throughout the United States
Gilliam Walter S., 2011
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A discussion of potential benefits of increased support for prekindergarten programs in public schools, as well as an acknowledgement of several practical obstacles to increased support for public prekindergarten
Barnett W. Steven, Ackerman Debra J., 2011
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An argument for the development of public prekindergartens as model early care and education services in communities as part of efforts both to increase standards and to access more community funding and resources
Witte Daniel E., 2011
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An argument for choice-based and diverse early education offerings in the United States as inspired by the conceptual work of Thomas Jefferson
Kagan Sharon Lynn, Friedlander Jocelyn, 2011
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Descriptions of the mindset and strategy of the Universal Plus movement that addresses the balance between quality and accessibility within a voluntary but universally available early education system
Barnett W. Steven, 2011
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An overview of American research on the links between the education levels of preschool teachers and both student achievement and preschool prices
Bowman Barbara T., 2011
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A commentary on the changing skill requirements and ideal educational levels of early childhood teachers
Fuller Bruce, 2011
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An identification of interests that support legislative mandates for bachelor degree requirements for early educators, and a review of studies challenging the correlation between teacher attainment of bachelor degrees and significantly positive…
Pianta Robert C., 2011
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An argument for skill-focused instead of degree-focused education and training for early educators