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Using static and dynamic measures to estimate reading difficulty for Hispanic children

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An investigation of the validity of static and dynamic measures of English reading ability with a sample of bilingual Hispanic children followed longitudinally prior to kindergarten through first grade from 63 assessments and parent or guardian interviews from two Utah schools
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United States
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Utah

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