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Unnecessary child care exclusions in a state that endorses national exclusion guidelines

A study of hypothetical exclusion decisions by child care directors and the factors related with those decisions, in a state that endorses American Academy of Pediatrics and American Public Health Association national guidelines for exclusion from a survey of 305 directors responding to vignettes that feature children with mild illness, but who are not required to be excluded from child care
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United States

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