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An evaluation of Early Reading First (ERF) preschool enrichment on language and literacy skills

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A study of the relationship between participation in Early Reading First (ERF) preschool enrichment program and the acquisition of literacy-related cognitive skills and a second study of the variance of those skills by children's characteristics, teacher characteristics, and classroom contexts, based on data from 249 children in preschool classrooms in two public schools in the southwest
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United States

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