Building leadership capacity of family home childcare providers

Author(s): Lanigan, Jane; Peterson, Karen; Jewett, Jan;
Date Issued: 2006
Publisher(s): American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Description: A summary of the conceptual model, program, strategies, and findings from the evaluation of the Family Home Child Care Capacity Building Project (FHCCBP), designed to develop leadership among child care providers in Washington State
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