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Results for year 2 of an Early Reading First project

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A comparison of the literacy skills of two groups of children from the same Southern community: approximately 100 middle-income children from a single church-supported child care center, and approximately 120 low-income children exposed to the Early Reading First program in a variety of settings
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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