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Inclusion: The next generation in child care in Canada

Two studies from Canada, the first on the influence of child care center directors on staff attitudes toward the inclusion of children with special needs, based on questionnaires from center directors and their staff, and the second on the relationship between overall child care center quality and inclusion quality and on factors that contribute to high inclusion quality, based on observations of child care centers
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