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Are teachers' education, major, and credentials related to classroom quality and children's academic gains in pre-kindergarten?

An investigation using data from the NCEDL Multi-State Study of Pre-Kindergarten, 2001-2003, to examine if early educators' education, early childhood major, and credentials are related to classroom quality and preschool children's academic achievements
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United States
California; Georgia; Illinois; Kentucky; New York; Ohio

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