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National evaluation of Early Reading First: Final report

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An evaluation of the Early Reading First component of the No Child Left Behind Act, a grant program providing funding to preschools serving children from low-income families to improve language and literacy development, comparing child outcomes and teacher practices in funded programs versus programs that had applied for but not received funding, based on child assessments, classroom observations, and teacher surveys
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United States

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