Emerging themes and lessons learned: The first year of Smart Start
An evaluation of the first year of Smart Start in North Carolina covering organizational structure, focus, planning process, decision- making process, state-county relations, local team diversity, and technical assistance
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Center-based child care in the pioneer Smart Start partnerships of North Carolina
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