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The Additional Notes have been written to clarify specific indicators. Be sure to use the appropriate updated Additional Notes for the version of the PAS book you are using. To determine if you have most recent, third printing of the book, look on the copyright page. The series of numbers on the right-hand side should […]
When a center combines sick, personal, vacation and/or holidays days, often referred to as Paid Time Off (PTO), use the Alternative Item 5 Scale page to rate the indicators and score the item. This page is also found in the Additional Notes.
When a center separates sick/personal days and vacation days this worksheet may help you determine the ratings for 1.2-7.2 and 1.3-7.3 in the Program Administration Scale (PAS).
While there has been considerable research on the indicators of quality in center-based early childhood programs, there is scant research on the correlates of quality in family child care. A recent study was conducted to increase our understanding of the relationship between indicators of quality and child outcomes in the context of family child care.1 […]
Liliam Pérez de la McCormick Center habla acerca de la importancia de la educación infantil y los retos que enfrenta la comunidad latina en este área de la educación. Además ofrece consejos para que los padres de familia y toda la comunidad. Juan Carlos Hernández conduce el programa. Este programa fue producido por Chicago Access […]
The McCormick Center’s Dr. Teri N. Talan discusses the importance of early childhood education and the challenges children and communities face in this area of education. Juan Carlos Hernandez is the host of this program was produced by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
As expectations for early childhood education (ECE) increase, there is a corresponding need for effective leadership in classrooms, programs, and the organizations that form the field’s infrastructure. A recent study examined how the ECE field is addressing its need for leadership by focusing attention on the leadership development programs designed to meet the needs of […]