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Teacher education, book-reading practices, and children's language growth across one year of Head Start

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A study of the relationship between children's vocabulary growth and both teachers' levels of education and their utterances during large-group book reading activities, based on data collected in classrooms in 6 Midwestern Head Start sites
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United States

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