Room for improvement in the use of high-quality preschool programs for California's children
A summary of the third component of a multicomponent study of preschool education in California, which focuses on the features of child care and early education arrangements of preschool-age children in California, based on a representative survey of parents in California, and on the features of and quality of care in child care centers in California, based on interviews with and observations of center-based providers
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Prepared to learn: The nature and quality of early care and education for preschool-age children in California
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How many hours do young children spend in nontraditional-hour child care, and how does it vary by type of care? Findings from an analysis of the 2019 National Survey of Early Care and Education