A spotlight on dual language learners in Head Start: FACES 2014
This brief provides a nationally representative description of DLL children in Head Start, their families, and their homes at the beginning of the program year, using data from FACES 2014. This brief highlights information from the Fall 2014 Data Tables and Study Design report (Aikens et al. 2017b). In addition, this brief is accompanied by a set of appendix tables with descriptive data that are not included in the fall 2014 data table set. We address the following research questions: 1. What are the characteristics of DLL children in Head Start? 2. What are the demographic characteristics of families of DLL children in Head Start? - How do the characteristics of families of DLL children compare to those of non-DLL children? 3. What are the characteristics of the home environments of DLL children in Head Start? - How do the characteristics of home environments of DLL children compare to those of non-DLL children? (author abstract)
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Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES)
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