2004 census of child care services: Summary booklet

Author(s): Australia. Department of Family and Community Services;
Date Issued: 2005
Publisher(s): Australia. Department of Family and Community Services
Description: A compilation of data from the Australian government’s 2004 national census of child care services, recording child care participation trends, rates, and costs
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Source: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia, Department of Family and Community Services. Retrieved November 3, 2006, from http://www.facs.gov.au/internet/facsinternet.nsf/VIA/cc_census_04/$File/ccc04_summary.pdf (no longer accessible as of June 8, 2009)
Topics: International Child Care & Early Education > Single-Country Studies

Child Care & Early Education Market

Service Delivery > Child Care & Early Education Services
ISBN: 1-920-85190-9 : Unspecified
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