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Sense of school community for preschool teachers serving at-risk children

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A study of collegiality and influence, also known as community, among preschool teachers, a study of the predictors of community in preschools, and a study of the relationship of career attitudes and instructional quality to community, in a sample of 68 preschool teachers from 49 child care centers serving economically disadvantaged preschoolers
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United States

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