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The objectives of this TC are to carry-out a diagnostic study of the quality of the provision of early childhood public care services in Mexico, by provider; and of the developmental level of the children who receive these services. This TC builds upon the study initiated by the technical cooperation ME-T1337, which measures the quality of the provision of early childhood public care services in Mexico, by increasing the total number of classrooms filmed and adding a measure of child development.
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