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Educator practice guide: Engaging families during the pre-K to kindergarten transition

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Parents are in a unique position to provide consistent stimulation and support for children's learning during the pre-K to kindergarten transition. Our research uncovers how family engagement changes over time, and how this looks in different types of communities. In a nutshell: 1. The way parents support their child's early learning as they transition to kindergarten changes over time. 2. There are significant differences in parent engagement practices in rural versus urban communities. (author abstract)
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