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Parent involvement in early childhood: A comparison of English language learners and English first language families

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Comparisons of parents' communication teachers, involvement in children's education, and parent knowledge of children's abilities in reading and mathematics between groups of parents who speak English as a first language (ELI) and those who are English language learners (ELL), based on data from 42 kindergarten-aged children, their parents, and their teachers
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Canada

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