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Child care for children with and without disabilities: The provider, observer, and parent perspectives

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A study combining survey of providers and parents and program observations to explore the characteristics of providers in inclusive and non-inclusive center-based classrooms and family child care homes, the observed quality of care, and families' perceptions of quality and satisfaction with child care services in four Midwestern states
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
Iowa; Kansas; Missouri; Nebraska

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