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Profiles of school readiness among four-year-old Head Start children

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An exploration of the associations between child, family, classroom, teacher, and Head Start program characteristics and changes in school readiness profiles and continued development over the 4-year-old Head Start year, based on data from a sample of 1,124 children in the Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES) 1997 cohort
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United States

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