Before- and after-school care, programs, and activities of children in kindergarten through eighth grade: 2001 [Executive summary]
Nolin, Mary Jo;
National Center for Education Statistics
||A national survey on the use of nonparental child care during out of school hours among families with school aged children, focusing on the extent of children's participation, parents' child care preferences and ratings of their children's current arrangements, the characteristics of the child care arrangements, and their relation to family characteristics.
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