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9 January 2013

How homeless and highly mobile children can succeed in spite of their unique challenges

For the week of January 13th, 2013

Guests: Ann Masten, Ph.D., Professor of Child Development at the University of Minnesota; Janette Herbers, Research Associate at the University of Minnesota

Issues: The importance of early childhood education in cultivating reading and executive functioning skills in children; Homeless and highly mobile children; The importance of IQ in child development; How parents can make children more resilient to adversity

Part 1

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Part 2

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