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Applying a response-to-intervention model for early literacy development in low-income children

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A description of the design and implementation and a preliminary evaluation of the Exemplary Model of Early Reading Growth and Excellence (EMERGE) early literacy program in 15 preschool classrooms in low-income areas of Milwaukee
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Wisconsin

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