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Effects of a preschool music and movement curriculum on children?s language skills

An examination of the influence of children?s receipt of a music curriculum on their language skills, based on a sample of 207 children and 27 teachers from 3 Head Start programs in a suburban area of North Carolina, a rural area of Kentucky, and an urban area of New York
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United States
Kentucky; New York; North Carolina

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