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Preschool children with special educational needs: Achievement, retention, and classification through second grade

An examination of special needs students' achievement, retention, and classification from their prekindergarten year through second grade from an analysis of 1,338 children who receive special education services during prekindergarten, kindergarten, first, or second grade data based on data from the Miami School Readiness Project
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