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Parental perceptions of quality child care: An examination of Northwest Arkansas parents

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A comparison of perceptions of child care center quality among approximately 60 parents who either enroll their children in centers that participate or that do not participate in Arkansas' quality approval system
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United States
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Arkansas

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