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The impact of Child Development Associate training on the beliefs and practices of preschool teachers

A study of the effect of participation in Child Development Associate (CDA) training and both the beliefs and practices of preschool teachers with regards to developmentally appropriate practices (DAP), and a second study of the relationships between measures of preschool teachers' beliefs and their actual practices in the classroom, based on surveys of 76 preschool teachers enrolled in CDA classes and a comparison group of 50 teachers in Georgia
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United States

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