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Early literacy development: Skill growth and relations between classroom variables for preschool children

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A study of the correlation between classroom quality and emergent English literacy skill development in preschool children, including groups of children considered at-risk due to poverty, native language, or speech-language disability, based on a sample of 69 children ages three- through five-years-old from two urban school districts
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United States

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