Access to programs

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Ranck, Edna R.;
Date Issued: 2003
Publisher(s): Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Description: A review of longstanding problems involved with the supply and demand of early childhood education and care, which offers potential solutions to these problems
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Editor(s): Cryer, Debby; Clifford, Richard M.
Source: In D. Cryer & R.M. Clifford (Eds.), Early childhood education and care in the USA (pp. 47-63). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Market > Access To Child Care & Early Education

Child Care & Early Education Market > Demand & Supply/Needs Assessment

Policies > Equality & Equity
ISBN: 1-55766-638-5 : Unspecified
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