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Evaluation of the Early Years Peer to Peer Support Programme: Key findings summary


A summary of an evaluation of a staff peer support program designed to improve the functioning of local early years settings, based on the survey responses of 27 local programs and including case studies of programs developing an early years strategy, working with multiple agencies, improving quality, engaging parents, and improving a quality assurance scheme

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Fact Sheets & Briefs
United Kingdom

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