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Activity settings and daily routines in preschool classrooms: Diverse experiences in early learning settings for low-income children

An identification of two routines profiles--structured-balanced and high free choice, derived from varying proportions of teacher-directed and child-initiated activities during the preschool day, and a study of the relationship between those routine profiles and structural program characteristics, measures of process quality, children's engagement in activities of various academic contents, teachers' instructional strategies, and children's school readiness skills, based on data from 53 public preschool classrooms, 47 private preschool classrooms, and 25 family child care homes that serve low-income children in Los Angeles, California
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