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The effect of attending full-day kindergarten on English learner students

An examination of the influence of full-day kindergarten on academic achievement, retention, and English language fluency of English language learners, based on data from 159,566 students from 7 cohorts from the 2001-2002 through 2007-2008 school years in the Los Angeles Unified School District
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