Status of Infant and Toddler Programs in Missouri

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Status of Infant and Toddler Programs in Missouri

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Title: Status of Infant and Toddler Programs in Missouri
Author: Mayfield, Wayne A. (Wayne Andrew), 1966-; Thornburg, Kathy R.; Halgunseth, Linda C. (Linda Citlali); Scott, Jacqueline L., 1963-
Keywords: early childhood
quality
education
Date: 2005
Publisher: Center for Family Policy & Research
Series/Report no.: Policy Brief (Center for Family Policy & Research)
Abstract: Early childhood is a critical period for cognitive, linguistic, and social-emotional development. Research finds that children who attend high quality infant and toddler programs are better prepared to succeed in school and in the workforce than those who did not attend. Thus, the quality of infant and toddler programs has great implications for children's development. One of the tasks of a survey was to examine infant and toddler workforce issues and program quality.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/2281

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