An assessment of a home-visiting intervention on rural, low-income children's school readiness

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Schull, Christine P.;
Date Issued: May 2006
Description: An examination of the relationship between infant and family participation in a home visiting program and later school readiness and parental knowledge of infant development
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