The practice of working with school age children

According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are   
A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative stories. C. planning, relevance, and structure. D. access to and sustained participation, high-quality curriculum, and strong partnerships. 

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