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Features of pre-kindergarten programs, classrooms, and teachers: Do they predict observed classroom quality and child-teacher interaction?

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An observational study of the extent to which features of programs, classrooms, and teachers contribute to quality and teacher-child interactions in a sample of 238 classrooms in 6 state-funded pre-kindergarten programs
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United States

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