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Promoting social and emotional learning in preschool students: A study of Strong Start Pre-K

An evaluation of the influence of a socioemotional learning curriculum, Strong Start Pre-K, on children's social and emotional competence, based on data from 52 preschool students in a Title 1 preschool in a metropolitan area in Utah
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United States

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