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Vol 40 No 3 Improving Program Quality and Professional Competence

This issue of the Journal explores how we can do better at serving, supporting, and advocating for young children and their families and better at working together as professionals.

The articles highlight that a critical key to becoming better—whether as an individual, a team, or an entire field—is relationships. Each article looks at a different facet of improvement and growth in the early childhood field of practice, from the micro-level of one-on-one reflective supervision to the program level, as family service agencies strive to fill gaps in serving vulnerable populations, to the macro-level of early childhood systems and policies.

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