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Supporting Informal Child Care Providers in Detroit

Megan Hague Angus, Jaime Thomas, Mynti Hossain, Nazihah Siddiqui, Cleo Jacobs Johnson, Daisy Gonzalez and Patricia Del Grosso

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Abstract: This issue brief highlights learnings from a formative evaluation of a collaborative effort by a funder, a research organization, and three community partners that set out to shed light on the strengths, limitations, and needs of informal child care providers in southwest Detroit.

Keywords: informal child care; child care; early care and education; families; child development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 7
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