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Family, friends & neighbors: Year 1 evaluation report

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An evaluation of Family, Friends and Neighbor Care, a program in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to improve the quality of home-based child care providers through home visits and play groups, that examines program implementation and changes in caregiving quality, children's vocabulary, and provider access to community resources, based on program data, surveys from 15 parents, stakeholder interviews and focus groups, pre- and post-program observations of 33 providers, and pre- and post-program assessments of 29 children
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United States
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Michigan

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