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Young children's home learning and preschool participation experiences during the pandemic: NIEER 2020 Preschool Learning Activities Survey: Technical report and selected findings

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To learn how the pandemic is impacting young children's learning experiences the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) developed a parent survey on: (1) children's home learning activities during the pandemic; (2) children's preschool participation and program closures; and (3) services children and parents received to support emergency remote learning when preschool programs closed their classroom operations due to the pandemic. NIEER adopted some questions from previous national surveys such as the National Household Survey Education Survey to compare pre- and post-school closure activity patterns. (author abstract)
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United States

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