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Children learning to read later catch up to children reading earlier

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A comparison of growth in reading abilities between children in New Zealand who received reading instruction at either age 5 or 7, based on two years of data from 287 differently-aged elementary school students in three cohorts, and a cross-sectional sample of 83 middle school-aged children
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New Zealand

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