Intervention Dosage in Early Childhood Care and Education: It's Complicated
AbstractDosage, or the amount of intervention delivered, is an important factor in understanding implementation. This brief for researchers and practitioners aims to help establish a common language for communication of findings.
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Date of creation: 30 Apr 2013
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Intervention Dosage; Early Childhood Care; Education;
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