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Smart Start and quality inclusive child care in North Carolina: Study highlights

Highlights of a study examining the role of Smart Start in supporting high quality inclusive child care in North Carolina based on interviews with 92 parents and professionals from inclusive child care centers nominated as high quality programs
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United States

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