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Organizational form, parental involvement, and quality of care in child day care centers

A comparison of for-profit, independent nonprofits, and parent cooperatives' parental involvement and center process quality, and a study of the relationship between parental control of the board of directors and process quality of the centers by center type, based on data from 183 centers participating in phase two of the You Bet I Care! (YBIC!) study, a survey of child care workers from seven provincial and territorial jurisdictions in Canada
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