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Nontraditional hours and child care: An exploratory study on the needs of families and child care providers in California

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This study explores the experiences of both parents working nontraditional hours, as well as the child care providers who care for their children. Online surveys, in-person focus groups, and phone interviews were all employed to gather both quantitative and qualitative data from parents and providers throughout California. (author abstract)
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California

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