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Stability and sequence of center-based and family childcare: Links with low-income children's school readiness

A two-year longitudinal comparison of school readiness among children who either remain in the same type of child care--family or center-based--or switch to the other type or to a public school prekindergarten program, based on data from 2,682 ethnically and linguistically diverse low income children, aged 3 through 4 years, participating in the Miami School Readiness Project in Miami-Dade County, Florida
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United States

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