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Patchworks and developmental sequences of child care: The impacts of multiple child care arrangements on child development

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Investigations of the family characteristics and child developmental outcomes associated with the use of multiple and concurrent child care arrangements, and a study of the school readiness of children who receive home- or center-based care, or who transition from home-based to center-based care
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United States

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