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Transition issues in early childhood settings in North Dakota [Executive summary]

Among its multiple priorities, the Preschool Development Grant Birth to Five that was awarded by the federal government to the state of North Dakota incorporated attentiveness to issues associated with transitions for young children and their families. At the end of 2019, 24 participants in varying roles (for example, parents and early childhood professionals) participated in three focus groups at different sites across the state and explored issues and strategies related to transition processes and resources for young children and their families. The participants included a mix of parents and early childhood professionals in various contexts. (author abstract)
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