Gender and language issues in assessing early literacy: Group differences in children’s performance on the Test of Early Reading Ability
Harper, Sarah N.;
||A investigation of the relationship of scores on the Test of Early Reading Ability (TERA) and gender and language for English language learners and English first language learners for 68 kindergarten children in year 1 (Group 1, TERA-2) and 72 kindergarten children in year 2 (Group 2, TERA-3)
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