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How can parents get involved in preschool?: Barriers and engagement in education by ethnic minority parents of children attending Head Start

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An investigation of an intervention to promote parent involvement with ethnic minority families of Head Start children from a quasi-experimental design that compares three cohorts of families receiving The Companion Curriculum with families recruited from comparison centers receiving standard Head Start services
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United States

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