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As the early childhood field continues to evolve and improve the quality of services available to children and families, there is a growing understanding that the needs of each child must be met in order to achieve the desired outcomes for all children. At the national and state level, early childhood leaders committed to providing high-quality services struggle with integrating the concepts of linguistic and cultural diversity into the broader definition of high quality. At the local level, early care and education programs are increasingly concerned with implementing practices that ensure linguistically and culturally appropriate services for all the children they serve … Download this resource to read the rest of this story.
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