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Assessing quality across the center-based early care and education workforce: Evidence from the National Survey of Early Care and Education

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Building on existing research and newly available, nationally representative data in the National Survey of Early Care and Education, this study addresses the following research questions: 1. What does the current landscape of early care and education centers look like? 2. What does workforce quality in early care and education centers look like? 3. How does workforce quality vary by center characteristics? 4. How does workforce quality vary by the characteristics of children and families using centers? (author abstract)

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