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The effect of extending the pre-kindergarten school day on literacy and language development for English language learners

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): deVezin, Jeanne
Date Issued: March 04, 2010
Description: A study of the relationship between extended-day bilingual preschool participation and both language and reading levels as well as reading gains in both Spanish and English of 41 bilingual prekindergarten children and a second study of the relationship of extended-day bilingual preschool participation and both receptive and expressive language skills at the end of prekindergarten for 121 children in a large suburban school district in Texas
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