Parent involvement in early intervention for disadvantaged children: Does it matter?
A study of parental involvement in early intervention curricula, such as participation in activities in their children's preschool and kindergarten classes and the frequency of their participation, and their children's later school competence based on assessment of data regarding 704 parents that participated in the Chicago Longitudinal Study
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