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Thinking outside of Head Start: The impact of family and school risk factors on former Head Start graduates' cognitive and socioemotional competence in their kindergarten and first grade years

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An examination of the impact of family and school risk factors on former Head Start students' cognitive and socioemotional competence in kindergarten and first grade years, particularly examining the contribution of the risk factors to the variance in children's competence
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United States
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Oklahoma

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