Accounting for movement between childcare classrooms: Does it change teacher effects interpretations?
Setodji, Claude M.;
||A study of the prevalence of teacher and child movement between classrooms, of the link between head and assistant teachers' qualifications and quality of care, and of the relationship between head and assistant teacher qualifications and children's literacy, receptive language, and mathematics skills that includes an examination of the mediating influence of child and teacher movement on that relationship, based on data from community-based child care centers serving 790 primarily low-income children in Colorado
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