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Family income, parent education, and perceived constraints as predictors of observed program quality and parent rated program quality

A study of the relationship between differences in observed program quality and parent perceived program quality among parents with various family income, parents' education, parents' perceived constraints in selecting child care, and type of selected child care, based on data from 1,313 parents by children in poor, low-income, and non-low-income families in 4 Midwestern state
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United States
Iowa; Kansas; Missouri; Nebraska

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