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Impact of supplemental tutoring configurations for preschoolers at risk for reading difficulties

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Two studies examining the impact of different grouping configurations in a supplemental tutoring program for at risk early learners in early care and education centers: the first comparing one-on-one tutoring to tutoring in pairs, based on data from 45 young children, and the second comparing tutoring with a higher-skilled peer to tutoring with a comparably-skilled peer, based on data from 54 young children
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United States

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