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Researchers offer new evidence on 4-year-old children's knowledge about ecology

(Northwestern University) What do young children from diverse cultural communities think about the natural world? How does a child's existing knowledge and beliefs influence their subsequent learning? Questions like these have remained unanswered, largely because research in this area has focused almost exclusively on urban and suburban children living in majority-culture communities.
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