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2012 Journal of Early Education Law and Policy

VOLUME 2012
THE LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO
JOURNAL OF EARLY EDUCATION LAW AND POLICY

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  1. Should More American Preschools Take a Lesson From Google? An Analysis of Reggio Emilia Preschools and Their Impact on a Child's Life
    by: Matthew Grabell

  2. Defining a Minimally Adequate Preschool Education
    by: Christopher Nugarus

  3. An Efficient System of High Quality Education: How and Why Illinois is Paving the Way for Early Childhood Education
    by: Katherine M. Palmitier

  4. Defining Preschool Quality: The Importance of Highly-Qualified Teachers
    by: Caitlyn Sharrow

  5. Education as an Investment: Why the United States Desperately Needs a Constitutional Right to a Minimally Adequate Education
    by: Joshua Speer   

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