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Supporting young children’s social emotional development in DC child care centers

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In February, 2018, Child Development Centers (CDCs) in Washington, DC had the opportunity to participate in a District-wide scan as part of the DC Social, Emotional and Early Development (DC SEED) Project. The goal of the scan was to assess the need for resources, support, and training that could be provided by the DC SEED early childhood mental health consultant. The scan asked about current behavioral health supports, potential areas of need, suspension and expulsion, and how DC SEED may be able to support CDCs within the District. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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United States
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District of Columbia

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