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Quality disparities in child care for at-risk children: Comparing Head Start and non-Head Start settings

A description of child care type and quality experienced by developmentally at-risk children, an examination of quality differences between Head Start and non-Head Start settings, and an identification of factors associated with receiving higher-quality child care, based on data from a prospective study of a nationally representative sample of 7,500 children born in 2001, assessed at 48 months of age
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