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Early childhood education throughout the COVID-19 pandemic: The experiences of Arkansas educators

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This brief represents the second of two reports on the experiences of Arkansas (AR) educators during the COVID-19 pandemic. Survey and focus group information for report one were collected in October and November 2020 (the findings from the first report are available online). In this report, we provide information on the experiences of a separate sample of ECE providers collected in February and March 2021. These include questions that we asked of the fall sample as well as new questions regarding vaccinations, supports for students with disabilities, and educators’ plans for moving forward. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Arkansas

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