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Providing quality child day care in a comprehensive program for disadvantaged young mothers and their children

A study of New Chance?s center-based child care quality and the impact of welfare reform; the nationwide program serves disadvantaged teenage mothers on welfare and their children and the quality measurement data was collected from surveys of center directors and from researchers? observation-based ratings of 11 centers in six states
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United States

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