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Ecological influences on emergent literacy development: The role of home and preschool experiences in the transition from language to literacy

An examination of the relationships between measures of children's home and preschool settings and their performance on tests of emergent literacy, as well as an examination of pre-reading abilities and the factors that contribute to their growth, from longitudinal data collected by the Preschool Curriculum Evaluation Research (PCER)
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United States

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