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Vermont STARS validation study: Key findings


The independent assessment of observational quality in STARS programs suggests the STARS system may be working for infant/toddler classrooms and family child care homes, but may not be working as well for center-based preschool programs/classrooms. This validation study provides valuable data to Vermont to inform future conversations about the strengths of STARS, which can continue to serve as a foundation of the system, and possible areas for continued quality improvement. (author abstract)

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