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Pre-kindergarten teachers' use of transition practices and children's adjustment to kindergarten

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An examination of the association between pre-kindergarten teachers' use of transition-to-kindergarten practices and kindergarten teachers' initial perceptions of children's social and academic adjustment to the kindergarten setting, with particular attention to race and socioeconomic status, based on a sample of 722 children from 40 schools in 4 states
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