Stability or Change in Reading Achievement over Time: Developmental and Educational Implications

Belmont, Ira; Belmont, Lillian
February 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb78, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p31
Academic Journal
Examines whether the long-term course of children's reading achievement is a consistent or a variable condition. Issues in predicting achievement level through the elementary school years; Identification of children at risk of failing; Views on the developmental course of children's learning.


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