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Child care/Head Start partnership study: Final report
Schilder, Diane, 2005
Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Center for Children and Families.

A report of a longitudinal study of Ohio child care centers that examined the nature and benefits of partnerships with Head Start agencies and analyzed the differences between partnering and comparison centers through surveys of directors, teachers and parents

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Child care/Head Start partnership study: Final report [Executive Summary]
Schilder, Diane, 2005
Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Center for Children and Families.

Summary of a report of a longitudinal study of Ohio child care centers that examined the nature and benefits of partnerships with Head Start agencies and analyzed the differences between partnering and comparison centers through surveys of directors, teachers and parents

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Early care and education partnerships: State actions and local lessons
Schilder, Diane, 2003
(Research Brief Vol. 1 No. 1). Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Center for Children and Families.

A summary of findings from the qualitative analysis of state and local early care and education partnerships.

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