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Smart Start and child care in North Carolina: Effects on quality and changes over time

A longitudinal investigation into the links between the implementation of Smart Start and the quality of child care in North Carolina, using data gathered through staff interviews and observations using the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale (ECERS) of 180 child care centers from twelve participation sites
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United States

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