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Perceived purposes of the Head Start National Reporting System at the local program level: A case study

A consideration of the perceived purposes National Head Start Reporting System, an assessment and accountability system, from the perspective of a local agency through 80 hours of participant observations and semi-structured interviews with 5 teachers and 4 parents in the 2004-2005 school year
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United States

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