Ensuring children are in safe environments that promote health and development is a top priority of families, state and local regulators, the federal government, and national professional organizations that accredit early care and education programs (ECE). This project examines monitoring across ECE settngs and considers lessons learned from analogous sectors of child welfare and health. (author abstract)
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Innovation in monitoring in early care and education settings: Options for states
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