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The present study investigates the hypothesis that the race gap estimated using achievement test scores administered during household surveys may partly be accounted for by measurable testing conditions such as interviewer characteristics, interviewer–child interactions, and the testing...
Data from a large representative sample of American kindergarten children were used to examine the relationship between prekindergarten child care arrangements and the frequency of severe externalizing behaviors among these children. Compared to parental care children, there was no increase in...
The article presents a framework for explaining how teachers' perspectives and knowledge about child development contribute to classroom practices and considers the implications of that framework for teacher education and for research on teacher education. The framework describes relations among...
This longitudinal study compared low-socioeconomic status (SES) rural Appalachian children with normative populations on standardized measures of language skills. At 15 months, language skills were similar to those of normative populations, but at 4 years and prior to kindergarten entry, a...
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