This study explores the perceptions, experiences, and decision-making of parents of young multilingual children, ages birth to five years, with regard to children’s language learning and development, family engagement practices, and children’s participation in early care and education (ECE) programs. (author abstract)
Young multilingual children in Maryland: Exploring parent perceptions of children’s language development, family engagement practices, and decision-making about early care and education: Research findings report for the Maryland State Department of Education Division of Early Childhood
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