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Changes in parent involvement across the transition from public school prekindergarten to first grade and children's academic outcomes

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A prospective, three-year study of changes in four dimensions of parent educational involvement from prekindergarten through the end of first grade in urban public elementary schools and the relationship of the degree of change in parent involvement to children's literacy, language, and mathematics skills outcomes, based on data from 90 children and their parents
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United States

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