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Moderators in the academic development of migrant Latino children attending after-school programs

A study of the factors, such as age, acculturation, family functioning, and parental involvement, that influence the academic outcomes of Latino elementary school children who participated in an academically-oriented after school program, based on parent and child questionnaires and child assessments
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