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If it don't make dollars, does that mean that it don't make sense?: Commercial, nonprofit and municipal child care in the City of Toronto [Executive summary]

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A summary of a review of evidence on for-profit child care provision and its quality, and an analysis of the relationship of child care center auspice--nonprofit, for-profit, or municipal--to quality and staff compensation in Toronto, Canada, with policy recommendations for Toronto related to nonprofit and for-profit child care
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