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Multiyear student/teacher relationships and language development in children of Hawaiian descent at Kamehameha Schools Community Based Early Childhood Education program

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A comparison of both the receptive language and language development of students in an early education classroom who stayed with the same teacher for 2 years and students with two different teachers for each of the 2 years and a study of the influence of years of teacher education and experience, based on data from a convenience sample of 104 3-year-olds at two sites
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United States
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Hawaii

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