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Do peers influence children's skill development in preschool?

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An examination of the relationship between peer abilities and educational outcomes in preschool children, based on data from the Early Childhood Study in Georgia, which included 630 participants from full-time private preschool, public subsidized pre-kindergarten, and Head Start programs
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United States
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Georgia

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