The effects of training on provider childrearing beliefs and family day care quality

Author(s): Castro, Marta M.
Date Issued: 2001
Description: An examination of the effects of training for family day care providers on quality of care, child care setting, and providersí beliefs about nurturing and restrictive childrearing practices
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