Health and safety needs in early care and education programs: What do directors, child health records, and national standards tell us?
Mackie, Joanna F.;
||An examination of common and unique health and safety needs and concerns identified by director interviews, child record reviews, and observations of National Health and Safety (NHS) standards in licensed child care centers and family child care homes in 5 counties in California that are part of the Child Care Health Linkages Project
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