Supporting Successful Degree Completion by Early Childhood Professionals

Lutton, Alison
November 2013
YC: Young Children;Nov2013, Vol. 68 Issue 5, p51
Academic Journal
The article addresses means of supporting the completion of degrees by U.S. early childhood education professionals. Topics include elements of effective professional development (PD) for early childhood educators, degree completion rates among nontraditional college students, and the relation of professional standards and career pathways to degree completion.


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