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Promoting inclusion and exploring supports for children with specialized needs in early childhood education settings: Recommendations to prevention suspension and expulsion: Final report


As part of Vermont's Preschool Development Birth through Five (PDG B-5) grant, Drs. Meyer, Wood, and Northey led The Promoting Inclusion and Exploring Supports (PIES) Project to assess supports for children with specialized needs in Vermont's early childhood education (ECE) settings from multiple stakeholder perspectives. Perspectives included families with children identified as having specialized needs, professionals engaged in the field of early childhood education, Vermont state leaders, and leaders from other states recognized as innovators in this area. (author abstract)

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