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Preliminary analysis of data collected from Lifting Infants and Toddlers Through Language-rich Environments (LITTLE) grants

LITTLE grants provide professional development support to enhance language learning and promote early literacy skills in high-quality infant and toddler classrooms in Georgia. This report provides a summary of some demographic characteristics of LITTLE grant participants and examines changes in classroom practices and language environment over time for the first two years of the program, using data collected by DECAL for the purpose of professional development. (author abstract)
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United States

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