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McDevitt Seung Eun, September, 2016
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Tobin, Arzubiaga and Adair invite us to listen carefully to the forgotten voices of our very essential members in the field of early childhood education: immigrant parents and teachers. The book is relevant in our current context of early childhood…
Ahlgrim-Delzell Lynn, April, 2010
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A review of an overview of research on select appropriateness and bias issues surrounding the use of national assessments with young children from racial or language minority groups or who have special needs
Drury Rose, March 2009
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A review of a compilation of six case studies of experiences of language and learning among groups of multilingual children in Britain
Chawla-Duggan Rita, October 2008
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A review of an ethnographic study of the learning environments at nursery, school, and home, of three bilingual four-year-old girls of Kashmiri descent in the United Kingdom
Connor Jenni, June 2008
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A review of an ethnographic study of the learning environments at nursery, school, and home, of three bilingual four-year-old girls of Kashmiri descent in the United Kingdom
Eaude Tony, March 2008
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A study of the experience at nursery and school in Watford, UK of three young girls whose families come from Azad Kashmir
Sing Sue, June 2006
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A review of a discussion of the advantages of biliteracy and the complexities of the knowledge, connections and creativity that young children use in the process of becoming biliterate
Freeman Stephanny F.N., 2003
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A review of an anthology of material on inclusion practices, including benefits and drawbacks of inclusion, child care policies, and specific issues pertaining to specific disabilities
Reynolds Arthur J., Miedel Wendy T., 1997
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