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The language and literacy development of Head Start children: A study using the Family and Child Experiences Survey Database

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An investigation of the relationship between early literacy outcomes and child and family characteristics, speech-language impairment, and the home literacy environment of children from low income families from analyses of FACES 1997 data
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United States

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