Does the organization of the current document seem to work well?

When the original ELG document was written, the development team/committee made important decisions about the age range, age groupings, domains, and the structure/number of levels used in the document. It may be worthwhile to reconsider these decisions during the revision process. For example, is the organizational structure of the document consistent with other documents currently being used in the field (such as standards for teachers' professional competencies or ELG documents for other ages)? Does the structure of the document match the current structure of the service-delivery system (for instance, do the childcare licensing standards use the same age groupings as the ELG document)? If there are noticeable discrepancies or feedback from users indicates that changes are needed in the organizational structure of the document, the revision process provides an opportunity to address these issues.

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