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Home-school differences in beliefs, support, and control during public pre-kindergarten and their link to children's kindergarten readiness

A study of readiness skills and ethnicity and their relationship to home-school match or mismatch in childrearing beliefs and socialization practices for 310 children transitioning from publicly sponsored prekindergarten to kindergarten
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United States

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