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The relationship between teachers beliefs and practices, and Head Start classroom quality

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A study of the relationship between teacher's beliefs and self-reported practices and Head Start classroom quality, and an examination of the potential differences in the beliefs and self-reported practices of those teaching in high, average, and low quality classrooms
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States

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