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Student characteristics as predictors of teachers' implementation of a kindergarten readiness program

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An examination of the association between specific student characteristics--inattention, oppositional behavior, aggression, social skills, language skills, and math skills and the implementation of the Building Bridges kindergarten readiness program, and an additional examination of the relationship between student characteristics and program type--workshops-only or workshops-plus-other-interventions within either child care or Head Start, based on data from 88 teachers and 547 children in early child care settings
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United States

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