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Environmental Structure: Contributions of Family Routines and Classroom Organization to the Social and Academic Development of Low-Income Kindergarteners
Prior research indicates that chaos, marked by high levels of noise, crowding, clutter, and lack of routine, at home and school is negatively associated with child outcomes. Low-income families more often struggle with ...
The Influence of Family Routines on the Resilience of Low-Income Preschoolers
Using data from the Birth to Three Phase (1996-2001) of the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project, I investigated whether family routines play a role in the development of young children’s social competence and ...