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Enhancing teaching practices to improve language and literacy skills for Latino dual-language learners

A summary of a randomized, controlled study on the effects of the Nuestros Ninos professional development program on classroom practices and child outcomes related to language development and early literacy skills in both English and Spanish for 55 teachers and 193 Latino dual language learners enrolled in the North Carolina More at Four Pre-Kindergarten Program
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