The Physical Environment and Cognitive Development in Child-Care Centers

@inproceedings{Moore1987ThePE,
  title={The Physical Environment and Cognitive Development in Child-Care Centers},
  author={Gary T. Moore},
  year={1987}
}
According to projections given in the Federal Register, 9 out of 10 households in the United States with children under 4 years of age will use some form of day care in the 1980s. The figure of 1.2 million children in day care in 1976 may rise to more than 111/2 million children by 1990. At the beginning of the decade, about 35% of children in day care were in in-home care, over 45% in family day care, and less than 20% in center-based day care (these figures are based on 1978 HEW statistics… CONTINUE READING

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