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Relationship of preschool special education outcomes to instructional practices and parent-child interaction

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An inquiry into the influence of the type of special education instruction provided on children?s developmental outcomes, based on a sample of 70 children from 41 Early Childhood Special Education classrooms receiving either developmental, didactic, or naturalistic instruction
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United States
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Ohio

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