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Key findings

Key findings from an evaluation of the relationship of Indiana's Paths to QUALITY (PTQ) quality rating and improvement system to the quality of child care offerings, the child care choices of parents, provider participation, and select child development indicators, based on quality assessments of 312 child care providers, interviews with more than 1,800 parents and 270 child care providers, and developmental assessments of more than 550 children
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