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Dickinson David K., McCabe Allyssa, Sprague Kim, 2001
Dickinson David K., Sprague Kim, 2001
An article highlighting the importance of child care quality on child development, particularly on early literacy development.
Vaden-Kiernan Michael, D'Elio Mary Ann, Sprague Kim, April, 1999
Reports & Papers
This report of narratives shares select results from qualitative research conducted with a 120-family sub-sample of families from the Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES) 1997 cohort. Respondents were asked to describe the…
Dickinson David K., Sayer Aline, Howard Carol, Bronson Martha B., Tabors Patton O., Paez Mariela M., Craddock Karen T., Sprague Kim, Anastasopoulos Louisa, Robinson David, Snow Catherine, Lewkowicz Corinne, Miller Candy, 1995
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
The objective of the New England Research Center on Head Start Quality (NERCHSQ) was to pursue integrated research studies designed to identify indicators of Head Start quality. The Education Development Center, Inc. collaborated with the Harvard…