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Who cares for Nevada's children?: A profile of the demographic, economic, and quality aspects of child care in Nevada: Key findings from the Nevada Child Care Workforce Study

A study in Nevada of child care quality and child outcomes, parent attitudes towards child care, and the child care workforce, including education, qualifications, wages, benefits, and turnover, based on classroom observations, child assessments, and surveys of parents and family child care providers, informal child care providers, and child care center directors
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United States

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