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The effects of expanded public funding for early education and child care on preschool enrollment in the 1990s

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An examination of the relationship between public funding and child care enrollment levels among low-income children between 1992-2000, based on merging cross sectional data from the October Current Population Survey with data on state-level funding
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United States

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