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Professional development systems to support home visiting for home-based child care providers


 This brief will identify actionable steps to support HBCC providers’ professional development through home visiting by reviewing challenges and opportunities in the ECE professional development infrastructure. In ECE, infrastructure generally refers to the physical and systemic supports available to facilitate the education of young children. For professional development this includes, but is not limited to, communication and coordination across support system elements, postsecondary learning opportunities like coaching and technical assistance, and data systems to monitor and track progress. (author abstract)

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