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Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey: FACES 2014 self-guided training

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This online training is designed to introduce you to the Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey, 2014 (FACES 2014). There are six training modules. They provide information on the purposes and history of FACES, introduce you to a new study design that was used for the first time in FACES 2014, describe the FACES 2014 dataset, and offer guidance on how to use and analyze the data to answer a wide range of research questions. (author abstract)
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