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Predictors of global quality in family child care homes: Structural and belief characteristics

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A study of the relationship between observed global quality and both provider beliefs and structural characteristics, such as child-per-adult ratio, education, and professional development, among family child care providers, with an additional examination of the unique role of provider beliefs, based on data from 257 family providers participating in a longitudinal study of the Partners for Inclusion consultation on quality improvement in child care across five states
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United States

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