Virginia day care center gives children of migrant

Wig, Marian
March 1990
Food & Nutrition (00464384);Spring90, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p18
Focuses on a Virginia day care center at the Parksley Migrant Head Start Center that provides guidance to children of migrant farmworkers to prepare them for school. How one migrant farmworker family benefited from the center; Description of the center.


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