Family Income, Infant Child Care, and Child Development
Robeson, Wendy W.;
||An exploration of links among poverty, quality and cost of child care, family outcomes, other key family characteristics, and infant development at 12 and 24 months, using a random sample of 200 infants (100 girls, 100 boys) and their families from 100 centers that care for infants. This project is a collaboration among the Wellesley College Center for Research on Women, the Wellesley College Psychology Department, and Abt Associates, and is part of a larger research program addressing important issues of quality and cost in early care and education.
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