Aboriginal children and their caregivers living with low income: Outcomes from a two-generation preschool program
||A study of the receptive language, caregiver-reported measures of child development, risk for child maltreatment, self esteem, and life skills of parents, at intake, on exit, and at age 7, of 45 children of Aboriginal heritage and their caregivers participating in the two-generation and multicultural Aboriginal Head Start preschool program in Canada
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