Funding early years education and care: Can a mixed economy of providers deliver universal high quality provision?
||A comparison of preprimary participation and expenditures in the United Kingdom to other European Union countries, a second study of preprimary participation and expenditures in England over time, a third study of the variation in resource allocation between providers of different types among countries in the European Union, and an examination of resource allocation in the public, private and voluntary sectors of various countries
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International Child Care & Early Education
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