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Two adult women interact with several small children. One reads to a girl on her lap, while the other kneels at a table with building blocks where four other children stand and play.
Child Development (CHLD) majors are interested in working directly with children or indirectly for children in administrative, advocacy, helping, or researcher roles.
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