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Understanding Head Start children and families in spring 2020: FACES 2019 descriptive data tables and study design

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The purpose of this report is to (1) provide information about the FACES 2019 study, including the background, design, methodology, assessments, and analytic methods; and (2) report detailed descriptive statistics (averages, response ranges, and percentages) and related standard errors (the estimate of the standard deviation of each statistic) in a series of tables. (author abstract)

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United States

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