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Cryer Debby, 2003
An examination of two different conceptions of quality within early childhood education and care (ECEC): process quality and structural quality
Cryer Debby, Tietze Wolfgang, Burchinal Margaret, Leal Teresa, Palacios Jesus, 1999
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Peer Reviewed
An examination of the effects of structural characteristics (wages, classrooms, centers, regions) on child care and early education quality in Germany, Portugal, Spain and the United States
Cryer Debby, Phillipsen Leslie C., 1997
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the necessity for clearer guidelines and explanations for the rating of quality within child care programs and greater qualitative details surrounding what aspects of child care programs require improvement