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Child care quality and cognitive development: Trajectories leading to better preacademic skills

A study of the associations between child care quality experienced at ages 2, 3, and 4, and children's cognitive abilities, school readiness, receptive vocabulary, and numeracy skills and knowledge at age 4, based on data from 250 Canadian children
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