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Provider perceptions of Parent Aware: Minnesota's quality rating and improvement system [Executive summary]

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The purpose of this summary is to report key findings from surveys of ECE providers regarding participation in Parent Aware. Administered in June 2018, the surveys gathered data from currently Rated and previously participating Parent Aware providers. These providers answered questions about their motivation for participating, their experiences, and changes they have made to their program as a direct result of participating in Parent Aware. Additionally, providers eligible to participate but not yet enrolled in Parent Aware were surveyed about their reasons for not participating currently and reasons they may participate in the future. (author abstract)
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