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Center for Early Care and Education Research – Dual Language Learners (CECER-DLL)

The Center for Early Care and Education Research – Dual Language Learners (CECER-DLL) was a federally funded project to advance the research field to improve assessment, child care, and education for dual language learners (DLLs) from birth through five years of age. This national center pursued research and national leadership activities designed to improve the state of knowledge and measurement in early childhood research on young DLLs and their families, and to advance the evidence base for practices to support young DLLs' development and learning. The project was led by Dina C. Castro.

Award(s)

Funding Agency:  

Administration for Children and Families

Funding Period:  

09/30/2009 to 07/31/2014

Award Amount:  

$4,500,000

Staff

Ximena Franco, Investigator

Publications and Other Resources

Published: April 2014 Type: Reports and Policy Briefs
Published: May 2013 Type: Reports and Policy Briefs