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Early Childhood Education: Fracture Lines of Social Context and Neural Development

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Early childhood education: Fracture lines of social context and neural development. John A. Clark. Massey University, NZ. Full reference: Clark, J.A. (2015). Early childhood education: Fracture lines of social context and neural development. NZ Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 18, 80 […]

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