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The best of both worlds: Partnering with the community to create the Guttman Center for Early Care and Education


The Guttman Center for Early Care & Education was established at Bank Street College of Education in the fall of 2016 with a gift from the Guttman Foundation. It aimed to provide quality professional development and support to mixed cohorts of family child care providers (early childhood educators running small private child care programs out of their homes) and practitioners working in early care and education center-based programs in Brooklyn, New York. Free to all participants, the Center sought to attract providers of all ages, education levels, and years of experience who were interested in deepening their understanding of early childhood development and addressing the needs of all the children in their care. (author abstract)

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