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Effects of nonmaternal child care on inequality in cognitive skills

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Gamoran, Adam; Mare, Robert D.; Bethke, Lynne;
Date Issued: 1999
Publisher(s): University of Wisconsin--Madison. Institute for Research on Poverty
Description: An examination of the relationship between non-maternal child care and children’s cognitive skills, emphasizing the type of care and mothers’ educational and income levels, based on an analysis of data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth
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Funder(s): United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
Source: (Discussion Paper No. 1186-99). University of Wisconsin--Madison, Institute for Research on Poverty. Retrieved January 13, 2006, from
Topics: Children & Child Development > Child Development & School Readiness > Cognitive Development

Parents & Families > Parent/Family Characteristics

Child Care & Early Education Providers/Organizations > Provider Type/Setting
Country: United States
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