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Mixed approach programs in the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project: An in-depth view

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An examination of challenges faced by providers in the service delivery to families of 6 mixed approach programs, parent reported variety and intensity of service receipt over time and across program approaches, and the impact of the type and timing of receipt of Early Head Start services on child and family outcomes at 36 months through a secondary analysis of data from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project of 1,392 families respondents to at least one of three parent interviews on service intensity
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United States

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