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The relationships between home support for language and emergent literacy in low-income families, mother's education and immigrant status, and children's language and emergent literacy development at kindergarten entry

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An examination of both the relationships between home support for language and emergent literacy and children's language and emergent literacy development at kindergarten entry from a subsample 76 mothers and their 76 children participants from the National Early Head Start Parent Interview of Pre-K children
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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