Family selection and child care experiences: Implications for studies of child outcomes
A study of child care selection, influenced by family characteristics and parenting practices and beliefs, as a mediating variable in the correlation between child care quality and child developmental outcomes, based on data collected from samples of families in five states
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The Cost, Quality and Child Outcomes in Child Care Centers Study