In this brief, we use recent national data to better understand the predictors of quality of ECE centers that serve significant numbers of low-income Hispanic children from birth through age 5. We compare ECE centers serving a high proportion of Hispanic children with ECE centers serving a low proportion of Hispanic children to see how they differ on various predictors of quality. We draw upon data from the 2012 National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE), which was designed to assess several predictors of quality. (author abstract)
Centers serving high percentages of young Hispanic children compare favorably to other centers on key predictors of quality
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