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How special education preschool graduates finish: Status at 19 years of age

An examination of special education preschool graduates at age 19, investigating their academic achievements and special education status at this point as well as how closely preschool factors (referral categories, preschool abilities, type of preschool curriculum) predicts academic achievements and special education status
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United States

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