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Identifying high-quality centre-based childcare using quantitative data-sets: What the numbers do and don't tell us

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A study of the consistency and correspondence over time of three center based quality measures: the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale-Revised, the Infant-Toddler Environment Rating Scale, and Australia?s nationally administered Quality Improvement and Accreditation System, based on two sources of quantitative data collected over five years at 74 full-day child care centers in Australia
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Australia

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