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Birthday effects and preschool attendance

A comparison of young-for-grade students to old-for-grade students on both early literacy upon kindergarten entry and their probabilities of being retained in kindergarten, and an examination of the relationship between early education attendance and those comparative differences, based on data from 1,474 economically disadvantaged first-time kindergarteners who attended 468 public schools in Virginia in the fall of 2007
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United States

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