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Profiles of emergent literacy skills among preschool children who are at risk for academic difficulties

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A first study to identify reliable profiles of emergent literacy among preschoolers and a second study of the predictive validity of the profiles on mid-year teacher ratings of emergent literacy and end-of-kindergarten literacy assessments, based on data from 492 at risk children in 93 publically-funded preschool programs in a Midwest state
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