Working for quality child care: Good child care jobs equals good care for children
Working for quality child care: Good child care jobs equals good care for children by Dan Bellm

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Author: Dan Bellm
Title: Working for quality child care: Good child care jobs equals good care for children
ISBN: 188995621X
ISBN13: 978-1889956213
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Pages: 143 pages
Publisher: Center for the Child Care Workforce (2001)
Language: English
Size PDF version: 1848 kb
Size EPUB version: 1668 kb
Category: Parenting & Relationships
Subcategory: Parenting

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