Delayed school entry associated with poorer performance at 8

Posted by idg4 at Feb 27, 2015 09:59 AM |
20 February 2015 - A new paper from the PriME team suggests that delayed school entry is associated with poorer performance in standardized tests of reading, writing, mathematics, and attention at age 8 years.

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