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Using classroom management to improve preschoolers' social and emotional skills: Final impact and implementation findings from the Foundations of Learning demonstration in Newark and Chicago

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Findings from an evaluation of Foundations of Learning, a preschool teacher training intervention to support children's behavioral and emotional development, that examine program implementation, program impacts on classroom management and instruction and on children's behavior, and program costs and benefits, based on multiple sources of child, teacher, and classroom data collected at 71 randomly-assigned preschools in Newark, New Jersey, and Chicago, Illinois
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United States
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Illinois; New Jersey

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