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Enhancing the quality of infant and toddler care in New York City: Variation across EarlyLearn settings [Executive summary]

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This study compares the characteristics of New York City’s EarlyLearn programs for infants and toddlers that are located in centers and family child care (FCC) settings with a focus on their experience of EarlyLearn quality-enhancement efforts in the current policy landscape. The study also examines the views of directors and teachers in these settings on how best to promote the quality of programs for infants and toddlers. Employing a mixed-methods design, we collected data in 2019 from surveys of 32 center directors, 32 center teachers, and 30 FCC leaders, who act as both directors and teachers. The study is intended to complement the prior NCCF study, Building a Unified System for Universal Pre-K in New York City: The Implementation of Pre-K for All by Setting and Auspice (2018), which compared the characteristics and quality of Pre-K for All programs in schools and New York Early Education Centers (NYCEECs). (author abstract)
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