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Derman-Sparks Louise, Winter 1993
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A discussion of what early childhood teachers can do to ensure that children develop to their fullest potential and learn to resist the racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, and ableism pervasive in society
United States. Head Start Bureau, September, 1993
Instruments
Buysse Virginia, Fall 1993
Instruments
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Hardy Ann M., Fowler Mary Glenn, September 1993
Reports & Papers
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An inquiry into the association between child care arrangements and the recurrence of ear infections in young children, based on a subsample of 5,818 children ages birth to six years old from the 1988 National Health Interview Survey of Child Heath
Hardy Ann M., Fowler Mary Glenn, September, 1993
Reports & Papers
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A study of the association between child care arrangements and repeated ear infections, or otitis media, in a population of 5,818 children younger than 6
Caprara Gian Vittorio, Barbaranelli Claudio, Borgogni Laura, Perugini Marco, September 1993
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Larner Mary, Chaudry Nina, August 1993
Reports & Papers
A qualitative evaluation of an initiative to create family child care networks that link providers to professional development opportunities and support
La Greca Annette M., Stone Wendy L., March 1993
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Weikart David P., Deloria Dennis, Lawser Sarah, Wiegerink Ronald, 1993
Reports & Papers
Otto Beverly W., 1993
Reports & Papers
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A study of the impact of a story book comprehension program on emergent literacy in kindergarten children
Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, 1993
Instruments
Espinosa Linda M., Lesar Sharon, 1993
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A discussion of the Family Focus for School Success program, which helps at-risk students adjust to school, endeavors to enhance the achievement of children from disadvantaged home environments, and seeks to improve the social and emotional…
Neal Margaret B., Chapman Nancy J., Ingersoll-Dayton Berit, Emlen Arthur, 1993
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