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Diverse pathways in early childhood professional development: An exploration of early educators in public preschools, private preschools, and family child care homes

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An examination of patterns of education, training, and mentoring among early childhood educators, based on observations and questionnaire responses of 103 teachers in public and private preschool and family child care settings in Los Angeles, California
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
California

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