Lifting Pre-K Quality: Caring and Effective Teachers

Source: Bruce Fuller, John W. Gasko, Rebecca Anguiano, Institute of Human Development
University of California, Berkeley, 2010

From the New American Foundation summary:
A new report by three early childhood researchers provides a blunt assessment of what they see as the ineffectiveness of current strategies for improving pre-k quality and makes suggestions for a new approach. The report, Lifting Pre-K Quality: Caring and Effective Teachers, focuses on the need to move on from so-called input-based strategies (i.e. requiring bachelor’s degrees for preschool teachers) to strategies that have more evidence of positive impact on children.

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