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Assessing child-care quality with a telephone interview

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A test of the viability of telephone surveys as an alternative to direct observation methods to assess quality in child care sites, based on a comparison of assessments of 89 family child-care homes and 92 centers using both methods
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
State(s):
California; Connecticut

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