New Massachusetts day-care law could help with early interventions

10/1/2009 | Sun (Lowell, Mass.), The

Day-care workers in Massachusetts will soon be required to provide parents with more regular child progress assessments, which could be particularly helpful in determining interventions for children with special needs. "The end goal is to prepare children for school while watching the child's development, communicating with families and structuring care," a state education official said.

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