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The Effects Of Age At The Beginning Of Reading Instruction On Reading Achievement, Phyllis G. Wacker
Hunt (1961) found that in lower socio-economio groups training provided by the child' s natural environment was often too haphazard for the efficient development of ideas of which he is capable. Limited experiences, or few "learning sets" may be the cause of lack of achievement. These questions led the experimenter, a year later, to undertake a study of these children after each had had two years of formal, in school, reading instruct ion, and to test the following hypotheses:
1. Four groups of children who had entered school at the same time, but at four different ages, would differ significantly ...