Child Care Today: Cost and Quality of Family Child Care and Infant/Toddler Care
Marshall, Nancy L.;
||A comparative study of variations in child care quality and cost across types of care, child ages, workforce characteristics, and community/neighborhood factors, using a random sample of 200 family child care homes and 100 centers serving infants and toddlers. This project is part of a larger study funded by the Massachusetts Department of Education.
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