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How do pre-kindergarteners spend their time?: Gender, ethnicity, and income as predictors of experiences in pre-kindergarten classrooms

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An examination of the relationships between the proportion of children?s time in various settings, activities, and in teaching interactions and to ethnicity, gender, and family income from classroom observations of 2061 children in 652 state-funded prekindergarten programs in 11 states
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Reports & Papers
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United States

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