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Conventional and piecewise growth modeling techniques: Applications and implications for investigating Head Start children's early literacy learning

An overview of the mechanics of conventional and piecewise growth models, an examination of predictors of children's early literacy learning during the transition from preschool through first grade using these techniques, and a comparison of model findings, based on data from a longitudinal study of 945 Head Start children followed through first grade
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United States

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