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Working in Child Care in North Carolina Working in Child Care in North Carolina
Dec 6, 2004 ... Earnings, expenditures and wage information from the 2001 child care workforce survey was adjusted to 2003-equivalent ...
Source: www.childcareservices.org
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Eco-Healthy Child Care® Checklist Eco-Healthy Child Care® Checklist
Thank you for working to make your child care Eco-Healthy! ... Eco-Healthy Child Care® endorsement. To be included on the EHCC web site ...
Source: ecohealthychildcare.org
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The child care transition The child care transition
UNICEF, The child care transition, Innocenti Report Card 8, 2008 .... internationally applicable benchmarks for early childhood care and education – a set ...
Source: www.unicef-irc.org
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CHILD CARE REFERRAL CHILD CARE REFERRAL
Bloomington and Monroe County Child Care and Referral Guide ... The inclusion of a child care facility in this guide does not imply ...
Source: bloomington.in.gov
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