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Transition issues in early childhood settings in North Dakota

Collaboration among the State of North Dakota, NDSU Extension and the North Dakota Parent Education Network made this project and study possible. The goal of this project, which was undertaken to fulfill objectives associated with the Preschool Development Grant Birth to Five (PDG B-5) federal grant, was to expand understanding of issues related to transitions in early childhood settings in North Dakota. Multiple focus groups consisting of early childhood professionals and parents were conducted to gain a better understanding of contemporary transition concerns and resources in early childhood settings in North Dakota. Further, a parent feedback survey was employed to gather additional information on transition issues. Finally, a menu of resources for supporting transitions in early childhood settings was created. (author abstract)
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United States
North Dakota

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