Instructional practices in Los Angeles Universal Preschool: Final report
A study of instructional practices in Los Angeles Universal Preschool program classrooms, with a focus on practices to support English language learners, and an examination of relationships among the measures used in the study, based on observations of 72 center-based classrooms and 52 family child care programs and questionnaires from 376 teachers
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