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Early mathematics achievement trajectories: English-language learner and native English-speaker estimates, using the Early Childhood Longitudinal Survey

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A study of differences in the kindergarten through fifth grade mathematics achievement trajectories of children from English and non-English speaking households and children from different socioeconomic backgrounds, based on a secondary analysis of a set of longitudinal data collected from thousands of children
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United States

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