Reinventing early care and education: a vision for a quality system
This book examines the critical issues related to providing quality services for young children. The authors tackles these serious social problem with intelligence and clarity, pointing out the action we must take for the sake of our children and our nation.
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The Changing Context of American
Parents Perspectives on Quality in Early Care
Refraining the Quality Issue
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