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

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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