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Classroom dimensions predict early peer interaction when children are diverse in ethnicity, race, and home language

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A study of the relationship between children's behaviors with peers and dimensions of the classroom as well as teacher-child relationship quality, based on data from children from diverse race, ethnic, and home language backgrounds that are part of the National Evaluation of Early Head Start
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Reports & Papers
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United States

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