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Early Positive Predictors of Later Reading Comprehension for African American Students: A Preliminary Investigation
A longitudinal study examined the performance of 50 African American children (ages 4-6) from low- and middle- income homes on a reading comprehension test. Preliminary results indicate two measures predicted later reading comprehension for children from low income homes, use of complex syntax and shape matching. (Contains references.) (Author/CR)
Contributor: Craig, Holly K., Connor, Carol M., Washington, Julie A.
Date Published: Jan
Journal/Secondary Title: Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools
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