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Family participation and involvement in Early Head Start home visiting services: Relations with longitudinal outcomes

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A study of the relationship of family involvement in Early Head Start home visiting services to child and family status during preschool and elementary school, based on data from the longitudinal Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project

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United States

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