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Protective Effects of Language Development Among Children in Head Start: A Person-Centered Approach

This poster examined whether the family literacy environment, children?s characteristics, and classroom environment would function as protective factors against the negative effect of poverty on language development among Head Start children. Growth mixture modeling was used to address the research questions.
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