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In the literature of the early childhood profession and supported by providers of teacher education it is often expressed that quality early childcare and education depends on whether staff are qualified and how high their qualification level is (a three year training course is deemed better than a two year course, a degree is considered better than a diploma, a Masters degree is better than a Bachelors degree etc).
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