The ups and downs of child care: Variations in child care quality and exposure across the early years
Elsevier Science (Firm)
||A study of patterns in the levels of child care quality experienced by young children in out-of-home care, and a study of the associations between these patterns and family demographic and socioeconomic characteristics, based on data collected in a longitudinal study of 1084 children in ten urban areas across the United States
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