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In brief: Enrollment, expulsion and resource use in Wisconsin child care

This brief report provides information from a survey of Wisconsin's providers of regulated early care and education services about how they address the needs of young children with challenging behaviors. A key finding indicates that almost half of respondents report the use of community and regional resources - school staff, early intervention specialists, peers, mental health specialists and primary care providers - for information and support. Another important finding was that respondents reported expelling children most often due to children's challenging behaviors but parents most often removed children from care due to conflicts with staff. (author abstract)
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United States

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