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School readiness and later achievement: Replication and extension using a nationwide Canadian survey

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A replication of a study of the relationships among kindergarten literacy and math skills, mother-reported attention, and mother-reported socioemotional behaviors, and third grade math and reading outcomes, based on 1,521 children from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (NLSCY), and a second study of the relationships among kindergarten achievement, attention, and socioemotional behaviors, and third grade socioemotional outcomes, based on data from both NLSCY and the Montreal Longitudinal-Experimental Preschool Study (MLEPS)
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Canada

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