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Parent-school relationships and children's academic and social outcomes in public school pre-kindergarten

A study of the associations between parent-school relationships and child early reading, mathematics, language, social skills, and problem behavior outcomes based on data from 140 preschool children and their parents or primary caregivers in 13 prekindergarten classrooms in 12 elementary schools in a large urban school district in the Midwest
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United States

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