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Impact of HIPPY on home learning environments of Latino families

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A study of the relationships between parental income, maternal education, parental efficacy, and parenting stress and depression and home environment and a second study of the impact of a Home Instruction of Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) paraprofessional home visiting program on home environment controlling for family background, both based on data from 104 low-income, Spanish-speaking families, and a third study of the relationship between participation in a HIPPY program and third grade reading and math performance, based on data from a different cohort of 115 former home visiting participants
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United States

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