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Closing the gap in academic readiness and achievement: The role of early childcare

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A longitudinal comparison of school readiness and academic achievement of children who either did or did not participate in child care, for children with and without a social disadvantage, measured at kindergarten and in first grade, based on data collected from over 900 children from a Quebec birth cohort study
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Reports & Papers
Country:
Canada

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