Year Published: 2001

Authors: Nancy L. Marshall, Cindy L. Creps, Nancy R. Burstein, Frederic B. Glantz, Wendy Wagner Robeson, Steve Barnett

This report reveals what key factors are related to better-quality early care and education for preschoolers. Researchers found that centers with better child-to-staff ratios, better educated teachers, and more classroom hours from teachers, rather than from assistant teachers, provided better quality care overall, including more developmentally appropriate stimulation, and better relationships between classroom staff and children.

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