Case Studies of Centres that Successfully Completed Self-Review

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Self-Review and The Quality Journey: Is there a Leader at the Helm? By Anne Grey. This article explores the role of the leader in early childhood centre self-review. Two case studies of centres that had successfully completed self-review in the […]

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