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Early Reading First graduates go to kindergarten: Are achievement gains enduring?

A comparison of early literacy and social skills achievement gains of 97 Early Reading First Head Start graduates and 97 comparison children in the spring of their kindergarten year from the Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES) 2003 cohort
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United States

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