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Master of Science (MS)
E. A. Jacobsen
The problem of reading continuity through primary and intermediate grades in Garfield County has been one of growing concern to our supervisors and administrators for some time. It has been felt that, because of the high correlation of good reading and success of other school subjects, all possible effort should be made in developing a reading program which would insure continuous progress. The slow child would then be assured of meeting only school work of which he would be capable of doing.
Moore, Harvey D., "An Analysis of Factors in Reading Achievement Scores of the Third and Sixth Grades of Garfield County" (1955). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3739.
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