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Moderators of academic achievement and social-emotional functioning in migrant Latino children receiving after-school care

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A study of how factors such as age, acculturation, family functioning, and parental involvement, combined with participation in an after school program affect the academic outcomes of Latino elementary school children, based on parent and child questionnaires and child assessments
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
State(s):
Pennsylvania

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