Making a case for child care: An evaluation of a Pennsylvania-based intervention called Child Care Matters
Shlay, Anne B.;
Jaeger, Elizabeth A.;
Temple University. Center for Public Policy
||An evaluation of the overall implementation, effectiveness at changing child care policy, influence on the media, effect on business practices, and impact of child care investments of Child Care Matters, a Pennsylvania initiative to shift the focus of the child care agenda to improving accessibility, affordability, and quality
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