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Fostering the socio-emotional adjustment of low-income children: The effects of universal pre-kindergarten and Head Start in Oklahoma

Description:
A study of the relationship between socioemotional adjustment at kindergarten entry and public prekindergarten or Head Start attendance, gender, race-ethnicity, half-day or full-day attendance, and number of years in the program for 2,158 kindergartners and a study of socioemotional adjustment at kindergarten entry and teacher and classroom characteristics in public prekindergarten or Head Start of 1,100 children
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Author(s):
Country:
United States
State(s):
Oklahoma

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