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Puerto Rico early childhood needs assessment 2020 [Executive summary English – revised]


The Administration for Care and Comprehensive Development of Children (ACUDEN for its acronym in Spanish) received an allocation of federal funds from the Preschool Development Grant Birth Through Five Program (PDG B-5) for the purpose of updating early childhood planning efforts in Puerto Rico. This allocation will contribute to the strengthening and implementation of an integrated, mixed and coordinated system that will facilitate the access of children and families to high quality services for their development and the improvement of their quality of life. Methodology: To carry out the Puerto Rico Early Childhood Needs Assessment, 2020 a multi-method, participatory approach was used, in order to engage a wide array of stakeholders. Specifically, work was conducted using the research technique know as triangulation, which is based on a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods, as well as on the use of information from primary and secondary sources of the consulting and research firm Estudios Tecnicos, Inc. and had the collaboration of a group of experts in early childhood issues. (author abstract)

Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
Puerto Rico

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