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Early math matters: Kindergarten number competence and later mathematics outcomes

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A longitudinal study of the relationship between children's number competence scores in kindergarten through the middle of first grade and their mathematics achievement from the end of first grade through the end of third grade, based on data from 378 kindergarteners and 196 third graders from one public school district in northern Delaware
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Delaware

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