Considerations in the assessment of day care needs by Peters, Donald L.

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Published by Center for Human Services Development, Pennsylvania State University in University Park .

Written in English

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  • Child care services.,
  • Day care centers.,
  • Day care centers -- Pennsylvania -- Case studies.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: leaf 21.

Book details

Statement[by Donald L. Peters and Virginia Sibbison]
SeriesCHSD report no. 12
ContributionsSibbison, Virginia Hayes, joint author.
LC ClassificationsHV851 .P45
The Physical Object
Pagination42 l.
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5026964M
LC Control Number73621548

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