Identifying Quality in Preschool Education: Progress and Challenge

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					School Psychology Review,
2010, Volume 39, No. 1, pp. 48 –53




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            Identifying Quality in Preschool Education:
                      Progress and Challenge

                                        Jan N.
				
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Description: First with a large statewide sample of Head Start children and then with a smaller sample of urban Head Start children, Domnguez and colleagues investigated how much of the variation in children's baseline levels and rate of growth in learning behaviors is attributed to differences between children and how much can be explained by differences between classrooms. La Paro, Pianta, and Stuhlman (2004) argued that "interactions between children and teachers are a primary mechanism through which classroom experiences affect development" (p. 412). [...] a comprehensive assessment of classroom quality would measure teacher-student interactions.
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