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Do peers influence children's skill development in preschool?

An examination of the relationship between peer abilities and educational outcomes in preschool children, based on data from the Early Childhood Study in Georgia, which included 630 participants from full-time private preschool, public subsidized pre-kindergarten, and Head Start programs
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United States

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