Children's early child care and their mothers' later involvement with schools
A study of the relationship between quality and type of early child care children attend and their mother's involvement at their children's elementary schools, with an examination of the influence of children's social skills, academic skills, and home environments on that relationship, based on data from 1,353 children, 1 month through 6 years old, from the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development
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