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Enhancing early literacy skills for preschool children: Bringing a professional development model to scale

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A two-year evaluation of a professional development program designed to help Head Start preschool teachers promote young children's early literacy skills, comparing children's literacy skills with the literacy skills of children whose teachers did not receive any professional development training
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
State(s):
Texas

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