Quality in family, friend, and neighbor child care settings

Resource Type: Literature Review
Author(s): Susman-Stillman, Amy R.; Banghart, Patti;
Date Issued: May 2011
Publisher(s): Child Care & Early Education Research Connections
Description: A review of research on issues related to the quality of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) child care, including structural and process quality in FFN child care settings, parental perceptions of FFN care, and the relationship between FFN care and child outcomes


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