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Math instruction in child-care centres: Prevalence and predictors of early mathematics instruction in child care settings

A study of the amount of mathematics instruction in child care center classrooms and its relationship to staff education, child-adult ratios, and the proportion of children receiving child care subsidies, based on staff surveys and observations conducted in 103 classrooms serving preschool-age children in 64 child care centers in greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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