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Hadley Fay, June, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This article outlines phase one of a research study conducted in four early childhood settings in Sydney, Australia with culturally and linguistically diverse families and early childhood degree-qualified teachers. This phase found that parents and…
Plata-Potter Sandra Ixa, August, 2012
Reports & Papers
Latino preschoolers' vulnerability to deficiencies in school readiness skills (e.g., alphabet knowledge, letter sounds, print awareness) is well-documented. The purpose of this three-phase, explanatory sequential mixed methods study was to examine…
Walsh Bridget A., August 2009
Reports & Papers
An examination of the effect of eliciting and noneliciting questions during shared storybook reading on children's expressive and receptive knowledge of target words and on two measures of vocabulary with 45 children enrolled in monolingual Head…
Bessie Tartt Wilson Children's Foundation, 2008
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A summary of a study of challenges to accessing child care for families with limited English proficiency
Rodriguez Linda, 2002
Reports & Papers
An analysis of second grade reading achievement scores of Spanish and English norm-referenced tests between children who participated in a Montessori bilingual program and those that attended a traditional bilingual program