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The school readiness of the children of immigrants in the United States: The role of families, childcare and neighborhoods

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A study of differences in cognitive development between preschool-age children of immigrants and of native-born parents, and an examination of the family, child care, and neighborhood factors that account for the differences, based on data from the longitudinal Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study
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