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Getting it right: Using implementation research to improve outcomes in early care and education

This volume is intended to initiate a conversation among applied researchers who wish to use their methodological skills to help policymakers and practitioners design questions and get answers that can enhance the quality of life for all young children and their families. We also hope that policymakers will find some important questions to ask and answer as they begin to bring ECE programs to scale at the federal, state, and local levels. (author abstract)
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