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The effects of outcomes-driven authentic assessment on classroom quality

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A study of the effect of the pilot implementation of Project LINK, an outcomes-driven authentic assessment process aligned with the Head Start Child Outcomes framework, on classroom quality, specifically the language and literacy environment, in selected classrooms of a large multicounty Head Start program
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United States

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