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Unpacking an effective language and literacy coaching intervention in Head Start: Following teachers' learning over two years of training

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An investigation of the relationship between two years of a coaching-based language and literacy intervention within the Exceptional Coaching for Early Language and Literacy (ExCELL) intervention, and Head Start teachers' classroom environments and instructional interactions, as well as the vocabulary, alphabet, and sound awareness learning of their students, based on data from 26 Head Start teachers and 983 young children
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United States

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