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Identifying profiles of quality in home-based child care [Executive summary]

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A summary of a study to identify profiles of child care quality among a sample of family child care providers and to examine provider characteristics associated with each profile, based on an analysis of observational and survey data collected from 341 family child care providers in the Quality Interventions for Early Care and Education (QUINCE) Partnerships for Inclusion (PFI) study
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