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Understanding quality in context: Child care centers, communities, markets, and public policy

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A study of child care center directors' definitions of child care quality, the quality of care in the directors' centers, and the relationship between director and center characteristics and center quality, based on in-depth interviews with directors in 38 centers across 4 county sites and observations of quality in the 38 centers
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Alabama; California; New Jersey; Washington

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