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Supplementing literacy instruction with a media-rich intervention: Results of a randomized controlled trial

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A study of the effects of a curriculum supplement that employs content from Public Broadcasting System (PBS) educational programs on the early literacy skills of low income preschoolers, with an analysis of the moderating influence of mothers' education and children's eligibility for subsidized meals on those effects, based on data from 436 children in 80 preschool classrooms in New York City and the San Francisco metropolitan area
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
California; New York

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