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Low-income children in Head Start and beyond: Findings from FACES

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This chapter analyzes changes in children's emergent literacy skills during their participation in Head Start and into kindergarten but also examines factors at the program, center, and classroom levels that may enhance or constrain children's acquisition of emergent literacy and numeracy skills. (author abstract)
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