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Trends in childcare and preschool enrollment among Latino children in California [Executive summary]

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A summary of a study of the characteristics of preschool enrollment rates among Latino children in California and of the attitudes and preferences of California Latino parents toward preschool, based on analyses of data from the 2005 and 2006 American Community Survey and the 2001 Statewide Survey of Parents with Young Children in California
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