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An experimental study evaluating professional development activities within a state funded pre-kindergarten program

An experimental two-year study of the impacts of a state-mandated, research-based early care and education professional development model for use in child care, Head Start, and public prekindergarten classrooms on teachers' instructional practices and English and Spanish speaking children's language and literacy outcomes, based on data from over 200 teachers and their students in 11 communities in Texas
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United States

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