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Classroom observations of teacher-child relationships among racially symmetrical and racially asymmetrical teacher-child dyads

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A study of racial bias in teacher interactions with children, patterns in interactions with children from different racial groups if teachers are racially biased, and an explanation of children's misbehavior under the racially asymmetrical situation, based on data from 8 teachers and 41 children from 4 racially- and linguistically-diverse Head Start classrooms in western Pennsylvania
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Pennsylvania

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