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Great Start DC infant/toddler baseline quality and workforce development studies

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A study of infant and toddler child care quality in center-based programs in Washington, DC, based on observations of 113 classrooms, and a study of the characteristics and workforce development needs of center-based infant and toddler administrators and staff in Washington, DC, based on a survey of 216 programs
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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District of Columbia

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