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Evaluating quality in family child care: A study of quality and child outcomes in All Our Kin

This report presents the results of the Phase Two study, which was conducted seven months after the Phase One data collection was completed. It sought to examine how children who were enrolled with AOK family child care network providers fared compared to the children who were enrolled with the comparison group providers. The child sample consisted of 90 children between the ages of two and five: 62 children who were enrolled with 23 of the AOK providers from the Phase One sample, and 28 children who were enrolled with 10 of the Phase One comparison group sample. (author abstract)
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United States

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