Inside the pre-kindergarten door: Classroom climate and instructional time allocation in Tulsa's pre-K programs
Phillips, Deborah A.;
Gormley, Jr., William T.;
Lowenstein, Amy E.
||A study of the quality of Tulsa prekindergarten and Head Start classrooms and a comparison of the quality of classrooms in Tulsa with sample of classrooms from across 11 states, based on observations of 106 public prekindergarten and Head Start classrooms in Tulsa, Oklahoma and data collected from 241 prekindergarten and 25 Head Start classrooms from 11 states
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||Early Childhood Research Quarterly
||This resource relies on data from the State-Wide Early Education Programs (SWEEP) Study
Child Care & Early Education Quality
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