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A comparison of teacher-rated classroom conduct, social skills, and teacher-child relationship quality between preschool English learners and preschool English speakers

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A study of the relationships between home languages, preschool classroom languages, and child gender and classroom conduct, social skills, teacher-child relationship quality, global classroom quality, and children's receptive language skills from a secondary analysis of data from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project with 1034 caregivers, 743 teachers, and 1034 children
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United States

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