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The North Carolina Child Care Corps: The role of national service in child care

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A study of North Carolina?s efforts to improve existing teacher-child ratios through a four-week intensive training program in child development and early childhood education for AmeriCorps volunteers and subsequent assignment as assistant teachers in child care classrooms in counties receiving Smart Start funding
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
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North Carolina

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