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Parents' perceptions of child care in the United States: NACCRRA's national parent poll: November 2008

Description:
A study of the child care arrangements, factors affecting child care decisionmaking, biggest child care concerns, perceptions about child care safety and quality, and support for child care improvement initiatives of parents with children under six years old, based on a national survey
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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