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Understanding the needs of staff in Head Start programs: The characteristics, perceptions, and experiences of home visitors

Description:
A qualitative examination of home visiting staff personal characteristics, role definitions, and perceptions of competence and their relationship to staff capacity to achieve service goals and a study of organizational challenges related to the work of home visitors from 5 focus groups, supervision records, and surveys of 7 staff in an urban Early Head Start program
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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