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The influence of child, family, home factors and pre-school education on the identification of special educational needs at age 10

A study of the child, family, home, and preschool factors that predict special educational needs status at age 10 in England, based on data from the nationally representative longitudinal Effective Pre-School and Primary Education (EPPE) project, which followed children's development from age 3 through age 11
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United Kingdom; England

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