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Summer school effects in a randomized field trial

A study of the effect of assignment to and participation in a five-week academically intensive literacy program for early-elementary students during the middle of the summer vacation period on students' early literacy, based on data from 93 struggling readers in the Northwest that either finished kindergarten or first grade during the 2009-2010 school year
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United States

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