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An examination of changes in pre-service teachers' perceptions and knowledge of emergent literacy during an early literacy course
Lee, Katina Michelle, May 2009
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Mississippi, University

A survey of 106 pre-service teachers' perceptions and knowledge of emergent literacy during their enrollment in an early literacy teacher preparation course

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Examining pre and post teacher qualifications and their implications: Reflections from Mississippi Head Start programs on the Head Start Act Re-authorization of 2005
Simmons, Vivian Briscoe, 2009
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Mississippi, University

A qualitative study of Head Start programs' organization prior to and after the Head Start Act re-authorization of 2005, factors relating to success and failure to meet requirements of the Act, outcomes related to teacher qualifications, as well as implications for each program, from interviews with 5 directors and 5 teachers at 5 Head Start programs in North Central Mississippi, as well as a focus group with 1 teacher from each program

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