“Accomplishing something important:” exploring how parents of two-year-old children perceive the transition between child care classrooms

@inproceedings{Morris2015AccomplishingSI,
  title={“Accomplishing something important:” exploring how parents of two-year-old children perceive the transition between child care classrooms},
  author={E. J. H. Morris},
  year={2015}
}
For young children and their families, transitions between classrooms are a normative part of the child care experience, yet these types of transitions are seldom studied. In the United States, there are approximately 144,000 child care centers for children birth to five years of age (Child Care Aware, 2014). Nearly 60% of infants and toddlers participate in some form of nonparental child care arrangement (Iruka & Carver, 2006). In particular, how parents experience their child’s transitions… CONTINUE READING

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