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A portrait of family involvement during Head Start: Nature, extent, and predictors

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A profile of the nature, frequency, and both family and center predictors of low income Head Start families' involvement in children's learning and schooling in the home, community, and school contexts, based on data from 2,154 children and families and 165 directors of Head Start centers participating in the Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES) 2003
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United States

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