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Louisiana's early childhood comprehensive system: A HRSA-MCHB grant initiative: Progress report
BrightStart, January 2010
Baton Rouge: Louisiana, Office of Public Health, Maternal and Child Health Program.

An account of the progress of Louisiana's BrightStart initiative, the state's program to coordinate efforts to ensure that children enter school healthy and ready to learn

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Louisiana's early childhood comprehensive system: A HRSA-MCHB grant initiative: Progress report
BrightStart, July 2009
Baton Rouge: Louisiana, Office of Public Health, Maternal and Child Health Program.

An account of the influence of Louisiana's BrightStart initiative--the state's program to coordinate efforts to ensure that children enter school healthy and ready to learn--on children's development, families' well-being, and the quality improvement of early childhood education and care in the first six months of 2009

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Louisiana's early childhood comprehensive system: A HRSA-MCHB grant initiative: Progress report
BrightStart, January 2009
Baton Rouge: Louisiana, Office of Public Health, Maternal and Child Health Program.

An account of the influence of Louisiana's BrightStart initiative--the state's program to coordinate efforts to ensure that children enter school healthy and ready to learn--in the areas of children's access to health insurance, children's socioemotional development, early care and education quality, and family support services

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Louisiana's early childhood comprehensive system: A HRSA-MCHB grant initiative: Progress report [Executive summary]
BrightStart, July, 2009
Baton Rouge: Louisiana, Office of Public Health, Maternal and Child Health Program.

A summary of an account of the influence of Louisiana's BrightStart initiative--the state's program to coordinate efforts to ensure that children enter school healthy and ready to learn--on children's development, families' well-being, and the quality improvement of early childhood education and care in the first six months of 2009

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