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Arizona Kith and Kin Project: The invisible child care provider: Findings from Arizona's Kith and Kin Project 2010

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An evaluation of the Arizona Kith and Kin Project, a 14-week support group training series for family, friend, and neighbor child care providers in Arizona, that examines provider characteristics and changes in provider child care quality and knowledge, based on provider surveys and on pre- and post-program observations and assessments
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United States
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Arizona

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