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Understanding leadership in early care and education: A literature review

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The purpose of this literature review is to understand what is known about what leadership looks like within center-based ECE settings and how it functions to improve center quality and, in turn, children’s experiences and outcomes. We look to the literature to understand what evidence exists about the features, practices, and outcomes of ECE leadership so we can build a theory of change that will guide the rest of the work of ExCELS. (author abstract)
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