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Alexandra Figueras-Daniels, Assistant Research Professor and Bilingual ECE Policy Specialist, hosted an interactive webinar on the topic of- What does it take to provide professional development focused on DLLs? This 1-hour session provided the nine st

AI/AN: Infusing PreK Curriculum with Tribal Culture

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Jessica Barnes-Najor and Ann Cameron

Early childhood education research has rarely focused on supporting young children in tribal communities, hampering our capacity to understand and advocate for the kinds of high-quality practices grounded in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) cu

During a session on Building the Next Generation of Inclusion Leaders at the 2015 National Inclusion Institute, a young woman, teaching in an early education inclusion program, shared a dilemma that has stayed with me for days. Kira (not her real name)

The second “I” in QRIS

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As quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS, QRS, and Tiered QRIS) take hold across states with support from federal agencies via the Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge’s high-quality, accountable programs and Preschool Development Grant oppo