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Head Start and nonresident fathers’ involvement with children

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In this study, we examine the associations of children’s Head Start participation with involvement among their nonresident biological fathers. We explore a rich array of indicators of nonresident fathers’ material and social involvement with children, several pathways through which these associations might operate, for whom such associations might be particularly salient, and whether such associations persist or emerge as children age. (author abstract)

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United States

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