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Improving Childcare Outcomes Research [Phase II]

ICOR will create professional development (PD) aimed at strengthening culturally responsive practice among two cohorts of educators providing Early Head Start services to low income Alaska Native/American Indian families in Anchorage. A set of standards, indicators, and evidences for culturally responsive practice in an early learning environment, adapted from current State of Alaska Cultural Standards for K-12 educators, will be developed and used to assess the effectiveness of the intervention. A formative evaluation will guide refinement of the PD prior to training the second teacher cohort.
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Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
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