Educating Latino Preschool Children
In this book, Kayser aims to respond to preschool educators' & speech-language pathologists' frustrations in meeting the needs of the Hispanic family. It represents a positive contribution to the understanding of Hispanic families & their children &, while primarily a literature review it includes anecdotes & case histories.
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Latino Children in the United States and Latin America
Early Childhood Education in the United States
Child Development and Health
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