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PREDICTING READING ACHIEVEMENT.

Discusses factors that affect reading outcomes for young children, especially those at risk for academic failure. Cites three scholarly research studies that discuss early childhood develoopment programs. Issues of socioeconomic status, learning disabilities, behavioral conditions, instructional deficits. Need to develop interventions to enhance long-term rewading outcomes. Importance of assessment procedures.
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Predicting Reading Achievement
One of the most significant areas of concern in American public education centers upon reading achievement among young students who are regarded as being at-risk for academic failure and/or unacceptably low levels of achievement because of a variety of factors such as low socioeconomic status (SES), behavioral conditions, learning disabilities, and instructional deficits. To examine this question and to determine trends in the empirical literature related to these effects, three separate research studies were selected from the literature. Each of the studies targets early childhood development programs such as Head Start and posits a relationship between attentional problems/hyperactivity and reading achievement at both the prereading and first through fifth grade levels.

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