Child care quality matters: How conclusions may vary with context

Author(s): Love, John M.; Harrison, Linda; Sagi, Abraham; Ross, Christine; Ungerer, Judy; Raikes, Helen; Brady-Smith, Christy; Boller, Kimberley; Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne; Constantine, Jill; Kisker, Ellen Eliason; Paulsell, Diane; Chazan-Cohen, Rachel;
Date Issued: 2003
Publisher(s): Society for Research in Child Development
Description: An analysis of three national studies on child care quality and the impact of quality on child development

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