ECE Centers Serving High Proportions of Hispanic Kids Show Promise on Key Indicators of Quality
Latino children under age five in the U.S. are enrolling in early care and education (ECE) centers at increasing rates. A new report from the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families finds that centers serving high proportions of Hispanic children measure as well—if not better—than their counterparts on key indicators of quality. High-Hispanic-serving ECE centers reported a number of advantages as compared to other centers, including more curriculum use, support services, and benefits for staff.
Read more about these and other findings in the new brief, Centers Serving High Percentages of Young Hispanic Children Compare Favorably to Other Centers on Key Predictors of Quality.