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Partnerships in Early Childhood program: Final evaluation report

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A process and outcomes evaluation of Partnerships in Early Childhood, a program in New South Wales, Australia, to support children's socioemotional development by placing child and family workers in child care centers, that examines program implementation, parent and staff views of the program, changes in children's attachment relationships and socioemotional development, and changes in parenting and community connectedness, based on longitudinal data collected through parent and staff interviews and questionnaires
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Australia

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