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The effects of professional development for early childhood educators on emergent literacy

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An examination of the effects of early educator professional development sessions on preschool children's emergent literacy skills and an analysis of a new instrument (Language Arts Objective Sequence) to establish its concurrent validity with often utilized instruments
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United States
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Indiana

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