Making Informed Decisions: A Guide to Understanding Early Education Research
Good research contributes significantly to meaningful policy development, implementation of effective practices, and system building efforts. Regretfully, some research is less credible in design and conclusions than others. Other times, research can be misinterpreted or misrepresented by consumers despite its quality, either knowingly or unknowingly. This interactive session will help state leaders and others become wise consumers of research by addressing certain concepts, characteristics and examples directly applicable to system building work in promoting high quality, effective early childhood programs. Note: The session will not focus on statistical analysis of data.
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