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Promoting inclusion by improving child care quality in inner-city programs

A longitudinal examination of the implementation and effectiveness of a provider training program to improve child care quality and promote inclusion, based on a sample of 283 child care providers who participated in the Philadelphia Inclusion Network (PIN) training program
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United States

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