Examining the Implementation and Outcomes of the Military Child Care Act of 1989
This report examines the implementations and outcomes of the Military Child Care Act of 1989 through review and abstraction of 336 military headquarters documents, a worldwide mail survey of 245 child development program managers, and face-to-face interviews with 175 individuals at the Department of Defense.
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