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Preschoolers at risk of developing concurrent academic and behavioral difficulties

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A longitudinal study of the relationships between pre-reading, reading, and social skills from the fall of preschool through spring kindergarten in 1,041 children at 14 sites nationwide as part of the Preschool Curriculum Evaluation Research project
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United States

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