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“We want to make it so that the answer isn’t the end goal,” says Al Cuoco of EDC’s mathematics curricula. “It’s the journey.”
In Rhode Island, EDC’s Center for Early Learning Professionals is helping to improve quality at preschools across the state.
EDC is helping lawmakers in Vermont improve a landmark early education program.
Storing and collecting data correctly is an important first step for projects to understand their impact. EDC’s M&E Insight can help.