Indicators of High-Quality Inclusion

The Indicators of High-Quality Inclusion are made up of four sets of indicators: 1) State Indicators; 2) Community Indicators; 3) Local Program Indicators; and 4) Early Care and Education Environment Indicators. The Indicators were designed by a group of national partners to support state leaders, local administrators and front-line personnel in the early care and education system providing programs and services to children, ages birth through five and their families. They are aimed at supporting early care and education systems to enhance their infrastructure to support the implementation and scale-up of high-quality inclusion and to support early care and education practitioners with using practices that increase engagement and belonging for young children with disabilities.

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