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A study of preschool teacher beliefs and instructional practices in relationship to Head Start classroom quality

An investigation of the relationship between Head Start preschool teachers' beliefs and instructional practices, focusing on the use of developmentally appropriate practices, and the impact of these factors on classroom quality
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United States

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