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Beyond the Blueprint Directions for Research on Head Start's Families References Board on Children and Families (now Board on Children, Youth, and Families) 1995 Immigrant children and their families: Issues for research and policy. The Future of Children 5(2):72-89. Brayfield, A., S.G. Deich, and S. Hofferth 1993 Caring for Children in Low-Income Families: A Substudy of the National Child Care Survey, 1990. A National Association for the Education of Young Children Study conducted by the Urban Institute. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press. Goldenberg, C., L. Reese, and R. Gallimore 1992 Effects of literacy materials from school on Latino children's home experiences and early reading achievement. American Journal of Education 100(4):497-536. Hofferth, S. 1994 Who enrolls in Head Start? A demographic analysis of Head Start-eligible children. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 9:243-268. Huston, A.C., V.C. McLoyd, and C. Garcia Coll 1994 Children and poverty: Issues in contemporary research. Child Development 65:275-282. Kagan, S. 1986 Cooperative learning and sociocultural factors in schooling. In Bilingual Education Office, California State Department of Education, Beyond Language: Social and Cultural Factors in Schooling Language Minority Students. California State University, Los Angeles. Kagan, S.L., and E. Garcia 1991 Educating culturally and linguistically diverse preschoolers: Moving the agenda. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 6:427-443. Kirschner Associates, Inc. 1970 A National Survey of the Impacts of Head Start Centers on Community Institutions. Report prepared for Project Head Start, Office of Child Development, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, D.C.

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