Relations between preschool children's child-care experiences and concurrent development: The Cost, Quality, and Outcomes Study
A longitudinal study of the effects of child care experiences on concurrent child outcomes, taking into account the quality of child care and the moderating influence of family and child characteristics.
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The Cost, Quality and Child Outcomes in Child Care Centers Study
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Racial disparities in preschool access: Differences in enrollment and quality within and between two state programs in Pennsylvania