The first-grade studies: A personal reflection

Pearson, P.David
October 1997
Reading Research Quarterly;Oct-Dec97, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p428
Academic Journal
Comments on the First-Grade Studies during the commemoration of the 30th anniversary of their publications. Several images of the people associated with the study; Learning about the efficacy of early reading instructions; Learning about the practice of research.


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