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Reliability and validity of child outcome measures with culturally and linguistically diverse preschoolers: The First 5 LA Universal Preschool Child Outcomes Study spring 2007 pilot study

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A pilot study identifying culturally and linguistically appropriate child developmental measures to be used in the Los Angeles Universal Preschool Child Outcomes Study, a study of children enrolled in Los Angeles Universal Preschool
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United States
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California

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