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Kindergarten reading readiness: Effects of full day prekindergarten attendance

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A study of the relationship between reading performance of kindergarten students and full day public prekindergarten attendance and a related study of kindergarten staff perceptions of reading readiness, based on data from 250 kindergarteners and interviews with professional staff in a rural school district
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Oklahoma

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