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Peer effects in preschool classrooms: Is children's language growth associated with their classmates' skills?

A study of the relationship between individual children's language growth and peer language skills, and a second study of the influence of peer language skills on the language growth of children with different levels of ability, based on data from 338 children enrolled in 49 preschool classrooms
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United States

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