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Preschool teachers' sense of community, instructional quality, and children's language and literacy gains

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A study of the relationship between teacher sense of community and both the language and print concepts gains of students, and an examination of the moderating influence of instructional quality, based on data collected from the classrooms of 75 public prekindergarten or Head Start teachers in two states
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Ohio; Virginia

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