Explaining girls' advantage in kindergarten literacy learning: Do classroom behaviors make a difference?
||Reports & Papers
Ready, Douglas D.;
LoGerfo, Laura F.;
Burkam, David T.;
Lee, Valerie E.;
University of Chicago Press
||A study, using data collected from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Cohort of 1998–1999 (ECLS-K), investigating gender differences in kindergarteners' literacy skills, specifically, whether differences in children’s classroom behaviors explained females’ early learning advantage
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