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Do neighborhood and home contexts help explain why low-income children miss opportunities to participate in activities outside of school?

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An examination of the role of children's neighborhood and home environments in the link between income disparities and participation rates in activities outside of elementary school, based on data collected from 1,420 children as part of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Child Development Supplement
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Reports & Papers
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United States

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