Can Silent Reading in the Summer Reduce Socioeconomic Differences in Reading Achievement?

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Can Silent Reading in the Summer Reduce Socioeconomic Differences in Reading Achievement?

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Title: Can Silent Reading in the Summer Reduce Socioeconomic Differences in Reading Achievement?
Author: Kim, James Sangil
Citation: White, Thomas G. and James S. Kim. 2010. Can silent reading in the summer reduce socioeconomic differences in reading achievement? In Revisiting silent reading: New directions for teachers and researchers, eds. E.H. Hiebert and D.R. Reutzel, 67-94. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.
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