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Segregated from the start: Peer context in center-based child care

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An identification of patterns of peer group racial-ethnic composition in center-based child care, an examination of the relationship between racial-ethnic peer-group composition and aspects of child care quality, and additional analyses of the relationships between peer-group composition and children's literacy, receptive and expressive language, math skills, and eagerness to learn, based on data from approximately 1,500 children from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort
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United States

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