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Summative evaluation of SUPER WHY!: Outcomes, dose, and appeal

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A study of the impact of viewing SUPER WHY!, an educational television program, on the early language and literacy development of preschool children, based on pre- and post-intervention assessments of 106 treatment group and 65 control group children
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United States

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