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Relationships between social skills, behavioral problems, and school readiness for Head Start children

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An exploration of the links between children's social skills, behavior problems, and academic outcomes, and an investigation of the effect of a literacy intervention on children's emergent literacy skills, based on a sample of 515 Head Start children from classrooms randomly assigned to receive the Let's Begin with the Letter People curriculum, the Waterford Early Reading Program, or the normal curriculum and assessed throughout the preschool year
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
New York

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