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Preparing students for the 21st century: Exploring the effects of afterschool participation on students' collaboration skills, oral communication skills, and self-efficacy

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A study of the relationship of feelings of self-efficacy to the collaboration and communication skills of participants and nonparticipants in LA's BEST, an after school program for urban elementary school children in Los Angeles County that aims to enhance children's intellectual, social, and emotional development
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United States
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California

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