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Examining the black-white achievement gap among low-income children using the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development

An examination of family, neighborhood, and school characteristic predictors of the Black-White achievement gap in children's reading and mathematics school performance from 4½ years of age through fifth grade, based on a secondary analysis of a sample of 314 lower income Black and White American youth followed from birth
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United States

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