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Associations between provider training and education and other quality indicators in low-income children's primary care arrangements at 24 months of age [Executive summary]

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A summary of a comparison of quality indicators in home- and center-based child care settings serving two-year-old low income children, and of the relationship of quality indicators in those settings to provider training and education, based on an analysis of data from the nationally representative Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort
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