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Transition from Head Start to kindergarten: Do family routines and parenting behaviors affect children's beginning reading and math skills?

Description:
An examination of the relationship between parent-child interactions, family routines and the early literacy/numeracy skills of kindergarten students, studying 166 former Head Start families
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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