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Structural and process features in three types of child care for children from high and low income families

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A comparison of the features of child care centers, family child care homes, and relative care settings, such as child-to-adult ratios, group size, licensure, caregiver education and training, sensitivity and responsiveness of caregiving, positive and negative peer interaction, cognitive and language stimulation, and health and safety practices
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United States

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