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Examining the impacts of early reading intervention on the growth rates in basic literacy skills of at-risk urban kindergarteners

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An examination of the effects of the Scott Foresman Early Reading Intervention on growth rates in the early literacy skills of 47 at-risk kindergarten students in treatment intensive, treatment, and nontreatment groups across four classes in an urban K through 5 Title I school, located in a metropolitian southeastern city in the United States
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United States

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