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Classroom-based interventions and teachers' perceived job stressors and confidence: Evidence from a randomized trial in Head Start settings

A study of the impacts of the Chicago School Readiness Project (CSRP) classroom-based intervention on teachers' perceived job stressors and confidence, as indexed by their perceptions of job control, job resources, job demands, and confidence in behavior management, based on data from 90 teachers in 35 classrooms at 18 CSRP Head Start sites
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