KLF10

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KLF10

A gene on chromosome 8q22.2 that encodes a protein belonging to the Kruppel-like factor family of transcription factors; it is a cell growth-inhibiting transcription repressor.
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A principal-components factor analysis was conducted to identify the underlying factors on this EGRA Spanish adaptation.
In order to determine the relationship existing between the different sub-tests of the EGRA, Table 1 reveals the correlations matrix.
Finally, in order to analyze the validity of the EGRA, we conducted a multivariate general linear model for those sub-tests making up the first factor, and a general linear model univariate analysis for the subtest saturating the second factor.
Table 4 collects the averages and standard deviations of each of the sub-tests making up the EGRA based on the risk situation in 2nd grade students.
Finally, percentiles were calculated for each of the sub-tests making up Factors I and II of the EGRA for 1st and 2nd graders.
To correctly use these tables, the examiner should select the table corresponding to the grade, find the direct score obtained by the student in each of the EGRA sub-tests and then check the corresponding percentile (the left side of the tables).
The main objective of this study was to analyze the internal structure of the Spanish adaptation of the EGRA (Early Grade Reading Assessment), its validity and the normative data obtained from the Spanish first cycle primary school population.
The subtests that are included in both factors identified in the EGRA are directly related to the components described by the NRP (i.e., phonological awareness, alphabetic knowledge, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension).
Therefore, it is possible to value the suitability of the EGRA instrument when determining the changes occurring in children during the reading acquisition process.
In this context, the use of the EGRA is appropriate when the objective is the early identification of potential student difficulties during this learning process.