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Systemwide changes in the quality of early childhood education: Trends in Louisiana from 2015-16 to 2018-19

This report uses CLASS data from the last four years (2015-16 to 2018-19) to explore the extent to which Louisiana has been successful in improving the quality of ECE available to children and families statewide. The report presents trends in CLASS scores and ratings (1) statewide, (2) by community network, (3) by site type (i.e. school-based pre-K, Head Start, and child care), and (4) by age (toddler versus pre-K). (author abstract)
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