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How can parents get involved in preschool?: Barriers and engagement in education by ethnic minority parents of children attending Head Start

An investigation of an intervention to promote parent involvement with ethnic minority families of Head Start children from a quasi-experimental design that compares three cohorts of families receiving The Companion Curriculum with families recruited from comparison centers receiving standard Head Start services
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United States

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