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How is taking care of caregivers of children with disabilities related to academic achievement?

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A longitudinal examination of the links between respite care services for parents of children with disabilities and children's academic achievement, based on a sample of more than 13,000 children from a larger national study on special needs children
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Reports & Papers
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United States

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