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Ethnic differences in social-emotional development in preschool: The impact of teacher child relationships and classroom quality

A study of differences in teachers' perceptions of prekindergarten children's behavior problems by ethnic group and gender, and a second study of the relationship between both classroom and teacher quality and children's behavior problems, based on a secondary analysis of two multi-state prekindergarten studies
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