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Arizona Kindergarten Readiness Study: First Things First External Evaluation

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A study of the physical health and well-being, socioemotional development, approaches to learning, language and literacy development, cognition, and general knowledge of Arizona kindergarteners, based on direct assessments, parent and guardian questionnaires, and teacher questionnaires for a representative sample of 1,145 first-time kindergarteners in 2009
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United States
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Arizona

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