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Variation in teenage mothers' experiences of child care and other components of welfare reform: Selection processes and developmental consequences

Description:
A study of cognitive and mental health outcomes of the children of several groups of teen mothers choosing different types of child care and different forms of education and training as part of the New Chance welfare-to-work program
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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