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Evaluation of Children's Centres in England (ECCE): Strand 2: Baseline survey of families using children's centres in the most disadvantaged areas: Research brief

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A summary of baseline findings from a longitudinal study of service use patterns and family circumstances and well-being among families who use children's centers, which offer integrated, comprehensive early childhood and family services in England, based on survey responses from 5,717 parents of 9- to 18-month-old children
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United Kingdom; England

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