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Family involvement and educator outreach in Head Start: Nature, extent, and contributions to early literacy skills

Measures of both educator outreach to families and family involvement in both Head Start and their children's early education, and a study of these measures' relationships to reading, cognitive, and social outcomes of children, based on data from 3,100 children and families enrolled in the Head Start, 286 of their classroom teachers, and 222 center directors
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United States

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