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Parent involvement, parental depression, and program satisfaction among low-income parents participating in a two-generation early childhood education program

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A study of the relationships between parental satisfaction with Head Start services, parental depression, and participation in parent home and school involvement activities, based on data collected from 203 low-income African American parents of Head Start children in 3 centers
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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