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The home literacy environment and Latino Head Start children's emergent literacy skills

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An examination of children's early literacy skills in both English and Spanish at entry to preschool, and an investigation of the patterns of associations among these skills and their families' home language and literacy practices, based on data from 392 primarily Latino immigrant families and their children in 30 Head Start centers in several inner city neighborhoods of Los Angeles, California
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
California

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