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Using positive behavior support procedures in Head Start classrooms to improve school readiness: A group training and behavioral coaching model

An inquiry into the effectiveness of a Positive Behavior Support (PBS) teacher training model adapted for use in preschool in the improvement of low income children?s behavioral and social skills outcomes, based on assessments of a sample of 265 students from 13 Head Start centers in Oregon
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United States

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