1 The first two projects were directed by Jenny Ritchie and Cheryl Rau and in the third project we were joined by two further co-directors, Iris Duhn and Janita Craw. We acknowledge with gratitude the funding of our projects by the New Zealand Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI). Summary and full reports of the studies are available on the TLRI website: http://www.tlri.org.nz/tlri-research/research-completed/ece-sector
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