This study highlights the effects of gender, home language, ethnicity, geographic location, family and financial resources on the literacy development of young children. A sample group of 20 children was studied across different States.
|Place of Publication||Canberra|
|Publisher||Department of Education, Science and Training|
|Number of pages||129|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
|Name||100 children turn 10|
|Publisher||Commonwealth of Australia|
Hill, S., Comber, B., Louden, W., Rivalland, J., & Reid, J-A. (2002). 100 children turn 10: A longitudinal study of literacy development from the year prior to school to the first four years of school (Volume 2). (100 children turn 10; Vol. 2). Department of Education, Science and Training. https://web.archive.org/web/20030412150103/http://www.dest.gov.au:80/schools/publications/2002/100childturn10/Volume2intro.pdf