Singer, Thea
May 2001
Inc.;May2001, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p61
Features Allegheny Child Care Academy, a company that runs day care centers in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Detriot, Illinois. History of the company; Revenues; Criticisms against the company.


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