Child Care Ratios and Group Size Not Being Met


by CLASP on Mar 26, 2014 | Views: 84 | Score: 0
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CLASP on Mar 17, 2014 10:19 PM said:

States regulate adult-child ratios and group size in child care through licensing requirements. Smaller group sizes and fewer children per teacher keep children safe and allow more interactions. These features produce higher quality adult-child interactions, a predictor of children’s learning in early care and education settings. Recommended benchmarks for adult-child ratios and group sizes are not widely met.