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Literacy growth in the academic year versus summer from preschool through second grade: Differential effects of schooling across four skills

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An examination of the relationships between amount of schooling and phonological awareness, decoding, reading comprehension, and vocabulary growth, and a comparison of that relationship over the summer versus the school year, based on data from 383 children followed from preschool through second grade in 16 schools in one district in a large suburban town in the Midwest
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United States

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