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National profiles of classroom quality and family involvement: A multilevel examination of proximal influences on Head Start children's school readiness

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A study of the relationship between Head Start children's school readiness and both classroom quality and family involvement, based on data from 1,870 children, their teachers, and families from the Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES) 1997
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United States

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