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Children's achievement in early elementary school: Longitudinal effects of parental involvement, expectations, and quality of assistance

A longitudinal study exploring the relationship between children's academic achievement and parents' involvement in their children's school experience, their expectations regarding their children's achievement, and quality of instruction prior to school entry
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