What do persons who have been using the document think about the current ELGs?

Now that the ELG document has been used in the field, it is important to gather data on how well the users feel the document fits their work with children. There may be content areas that users feel should be added or revised, or they may have suggestions for improving the format. Be sure to include users at all levels and from different roles (teachers/caregivers, program administrators, trainers, higher education faculty, etc.). It is also important to systematically collect data from users working with specific populations of children, such as English Language Learners and children with disabilities. Surveys or focus groups can provide important data on the perceived strengths and weaknesses of the current document.

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