Provider influence on the early home learning environment (EHLE)
Great Britain. Department for Education
||A study of early home learning in England before and after 2-to-4-year-old children enter child care and the role of child care staff in supporting early home learning, based on baseline interviews with 339 parents, six-month follow-up interviews with 223 parents, and in-depth, longitudinal case studies of 12 parents, as well as on interviews with and observations of child care staff
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